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SAA membership is open to public and private organizations in the soy, aquaculture and seafood industries. It is based on a three-tiered model with dues commensurate with the level of participation in voting and collaboration. SAA’s efforts are yielding new collaborations and funding groundbreaking research. Building on those successes, SAA is encouraging any organization or individual interested in finding answers to healthy, sustainable U.S. seafood production to join SAA in its vital mission.

If you would like more information about becoming a member of the Soy Aquaculture Alliance, please indicate your interest by filling out this form. Once we review your information, we will contact you with more information to start you on your way to becoming a member of the Alliance.


Class A Membership

Class A Members shall be Qualified State Soybean Boards with average annual soybean production more than 15,000,000 bushels. The Board of Directors may authorize companies and associations that do not otherwise qualify for membership under this paragraph to become Class A Members.

Class A Members have the following benefits and powers:

  • Appointment of representatives as Voting Directors on the Board of Directors (1 or 2 appointments, depending on your level of support, as detailed below)
  • Receipt of quarterly reports providing status updates from SAA
  • Access to all industry information that SAA develops
  • Access to expanding markets for your State Organization’s soy and soy product production
  • Use of SAA to manage research projects
  • Use of SAA’s review process
  • Access to business opportunities
  • Opportunity to direct SAA’s focus through involvement in strategic planning initiatives and annual goal setting

Class B Membership

Class B Members can be Qualified State Soybean Boards with average annual soybean production less than 15,000,000 bushels or any individuals, associations, or organizations with an interest in soy or aquaculture production.

Class B Members have the following benefits:

  • Receipt of quarterly reports providing status updates from SAA
  • Access to industry information that SAA develops
  • Use of SAA’s review process and Access to business opportunities
  • Access to expanding markets for your State Organization’s soy and soy product production
  • Opportunity to send observers to SAA’s board meetings

Class C Membership

Class C Members shall be individuals, companies, associations or other legal entities, other than QSSBs, with an interest in soy production or aquaculture, as authorized by the Board of Directors.

Class C Members have the following benefits:

  • Receipt of quarterly reports providing status updates from SAA
  • Access to industry information that SAA develops
  • Use of SAA to manage research projects
  • Opportunity to send observers to SAA’s board meetings

 


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