The Mosaic Company

Working with Partnerships
The Mosaic Company and The Mosaic Company Foundation invest in partnerships with best-in-class organizations to promote many aspects of conservation, including nutrient stewardship, habitat conservation and watershed restoration.  
For example, The Mosaic Company Foundation supports The Nature Conservancy’s Great Rivers Partnership through science-based work with farmers and partners to improve water quality in three key agricultural watersheds in the Upper Mississippi River Basin – Minnesota’s Root River, Iowa’s Boone River and Illinois’ Mackinaw River. Additionally, The Mosaic Company supports the Florida Farm Bureau’s CARES program, which recognizes superior natural resource conservation by agricultural producers. Since its inception in 2001, more than 550 agriculturists statewide have received the CARES award. The program relies on the voluntary action by farmers and ranchers to implement Best Management Practices in their farming operations.  
Mosaic also has supported conservation agriculture in its work with CTIC. The company has been the lead sponsor of the Conservation in Action Tour for the past four years and a top-tier sponsor of the Indian Creek Watershed Project. In addition, Mosaic is a founding partner of the Watershed Implementation and Innovation Network (WIIN), an online network that provides a forum for information sharing among watershed projects as well as easy access to experts and resources for learning and inspiration. Mosaic also was a platinum sponsor for the 6th World Congress on Conservation Agriculture, which took place in June in Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
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