Advance sustainable agriculture and public health through science and education.
Meeting the increasing demand for a safe and abundant food supply while protecting public welfare through the science of sustainable agriculture and public health.
The CropLife Foundation is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt charitable and research organization created in 2001. The Foundation promotes and advances sustainable agriculture and the environmentally sound use of crop protection products and bio-engineered agriculture.
With grants received from private and federal sources, the Foundation has developed science based programs focused on sustainable agriculture to promote the benefits of the adoption of advanced technologies in global agriculture. In January, 2004, the Foundation established the Crop Protection Benefits Research Institute (CPBRI), a non-advocacy research organization focused on highlighting the many ways pest management and responsible pesticide use contributes to public health and increased production of nutritious food.
The CropLife Foundation successfully completed a strategic plan in 2015 with new programs on
Feeding a growing world seems daunting but when you work in collaboration with others it is all possible.
Roger Underwood, Chairperson CropLife Foundation
Principal, Riverwood Management, Co-Founder, Becker Underwood