Our projects vary, but our vision never does.
“To be a highly successful farmer-based alliance that is recognized throughout all of the grain belt, and beyond, as being an innovative organization that seeks, creates, and promotes value-added agricultural opportunities, both for its members and for agriculture.”
Why do individuals and businesses join KAAPA?
KAAPA’s support of value-added agriculture along with its goal to enhance the ‘bottom line’ of its members.
KAAPA exists to seek and acquire opportunities that can increase member profits and net worth by providing its members with opportunities to produce, or invest in, value-added agriculture, while offering the public new products or benefits.
KAAPA has ‘investment funds’ which allow its members to invest in value-added agriculture projects. These KAAPA funds have invested in a variety of projects; making private investment possible for its members as well as providing diversification and increased potential earnings. Funds have been invested in bio-based plastic fillers made from agricultural residues, advanced solar energy technologies, rare earth mineral extraction, a fish and shrimp farm in Texas and a biomedical research and development company. Investment opportunities are under development annually.
Join KAAPA! Your membership will provide you with the opportunity to leave a lasting impact in agriculture.
Welcome to KAAPA 2021!
The new KAAPA, with a streamlined structure and downsized budget is ready and able to serve our membership. We are diligently looking for the next project to propel KAAPA and its members successfully into the future. Administration is now provided by Regan Jennings (firstname.lastname@example.org) under the leadership of the Board of Directors – Rod Gangwish, President, Fred Meyer, VP, Marge Lauer, Secretary/Treasurer, Dan Grams, Director, and Paul Stieb, Director.
In an effort to save time and money, K1s were emailed out by our accountant this year. If you need a copy of your K1, please send an email to email@example.com.
In an effort to control expenses and communicate quickly and efficiently, KAAPA needs your updated information. Please keep us informed as you move, change email addresses, or cell phone numbers. We ask that you call, email, or mail us a note to relay any updates: unit ownership, names, address, phone number, or email address. Correspondence from our office will be regularly distributed via email and we would like to know the information is being delivered.
Keep watch – we hope to have some exciting news coming your way soon!