IL CORN TELLS EPA THEY ARE ACTING AGAINST CONGRESSIONAL INTENT

|  Jul, 29, 2015

In this audio update, Dave Loos, IL Corn Director of Technology and Business Development, explains the tone of comments submitted by Illinois Corn Growers Association to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency earlier this week regarding the EPA's plan to cut ethanol from our nation's fuel supply. The comments were submitted in partnership with the Illinois Renewable Fuels Association.

SUBMIT COMMENTS TO EPA BY MONDAY NIGHT

|  Jul, 24, 2015

Time is running out to submit comments to the U.S. EPA regarding their plan to cut nearly 4 billion gallons of corn-based ethanol from our nation's fuel supply. You have until Monday night, July 27th, at 11:59pm to make your comments online.

ILLINOIS CORN FARMERS RALLY ON CAPITOL HILL FOR ETHANOL

|  Jul, 15, 2015

Corn farmers from Illinois, U.S. Senator Mark Kirk, and U.S. Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth joined hundreds of others today at a rally on Capitol Hill telling the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to follow Congress' intent on the Renewable Fuel Standard.

IL CORN ENCOURAGES COMMENTS TO EPA DOCKET ON ETHANOL

|  Jul, 10, 2015

By July 27th, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency needs to hear from you regarding their newly proposed rules regarding their intention to reduce the amount of ethanol blended into our gasoline supply. IL Corn believes that EPA is acting outside the scope of their Congressional mandate and told them as much at a hearing in Kansas City on June 25th. Thousands of farmers responded the last...

ILLINOIS CORN FARMER SHARES EXPERIENCES AT SMITHSONIAN EVENT

|  Jul, 31, 2015

In this audio update, Illinois Corn Growers Association at-large Director Grant Noland talks about his experiences in Washington, DC, earlier this month. Noland and his family are one of those featured in the successful Corn Farmers Coalition advertising campaign. Noland also participated in a Farm-to-Table event at the Smithsonian National Museum that brought together corn farmers and thought...