Information & Education

Producer Services & Communications

We are driven to provide information and programs tailored to the needs of Iowa soybean farmers, enabling timely decision making and offering important news and updates that matter to you. 

 Member Programs

We deliver opportunities to get involved and be leaders within the organization, through programs like the ISA Experience Class, the Communications Squad and the Board of Directors. These programs provide farmers a chance to personally see ISA at work and serve their industry in the way that best fits their abilities, interests and schedules. To learn more about the opportunities we offer, visit our member programs page.

 Member Communications

We provide publications that bring the most important information impacting your farm directly to you.

  • Our weekly digital newsletter, delivered to your inbox each Thursday, provides the latest news and information impacting your farm. More than 5,000 farmers and industry professionals subscribe. Fill out our membership form to validate your membership information and start receiving this and more member benefit communications.
  • The Iowa Soybean Review magazine is in its 32nd year of production and is sent to more than 37,000 soybean farmers eight times each year.
  • Our video series, The State of Soy, features dynamic guests and experts highlighting the latest updates in the world of soy. Also available in podcast form, the monthly episodes also feature farmers from across the state as they share their stories from their operations.
  • We engage a community of farmers, ag professionals and more on several social media platforms, including FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and LinkedIn.
Media Relations

We work to advance ISA's reach and reputation as a reliable and credible voice for soybean production and issues critical to Iowa agriculture. We regularly distribute news releases and statements, media alerts and messaging for reporters, staff and farmers and facilitate requests from local, state, national and international media in timely and professional manner.

Consumer Engagement & Ag Awareness

We are also driven to engage directly with consumers to enhance their trust in modern agriculture. While you're busy growing a healthy and sustainable crop, we're delivering innovative programs and engaging content to Iowans to foster trust and understanding of Iowa agriculture.  

Iowa Food & Family Project

Established in 2011, the Iowa Food & Family Project (Iowa FFP) is headquartered out of the ISA office. Funded by the soybean, pork, beef, egg, corn, turkey and dairy checkoffs, as well as non-checkoff resources, Iowa FFP builds trust in modern agriculture with an opt-in audience of more than 130,000 food and health-minded Iowans. Iowa FFP... 

  • Grows agricultural awareness through the quarterly Fresh Pickings magazine, monthly Fresh Pickings eNewsletter and daily social media sharing.

  • Connects farmers and consumers during community events, farm tours, speaker series and influencer panels.

  • Collaborates and leverages resources among a network of 35 food, farm and healthy living organizations.

Visit for more information and resources or visit our member programs page to get involved. 

 CommonGround Iowa

CommonGround is based on the idea that we need to make food and farming more personal. As consumers get further away from the farm, the more questions they have about the food they feed their families. When consumers understand that real families are raising their food and that they share common values and expectations, they have more trust in farming. 

Thirty-eight women have been chosen to represent Iowa in this national campaign to talk to the consumer. Visit for more information and resources or visit our Member Programs page to get involved. 

Iowa Ag Literacy Foundation

The Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation mission is to educate Iowans with a focus on youth regarding the breadth and global significance of agriculture. The Iowa Soybean Association is proud to partner with this organization to help bring more agriculture to the classroom. View their online lesson plans at

Educational Resources

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