THE PLANT THAT CAN
CHANGE THE PLANET

Corn has long been recognized as a versatile crop that goes into essential everyday items. With innovations in farming and the production of environmentally friendly corn-made ethanol, Nebraska’s corn farmers are actively protecting the future of our planet.

LIVE GREENER

I AM A

GROWER

Learn more about our continued efforts to improve sustainable farming practices.

I AM AN

EDUCATOR

Discover new ways to help students fuel up on ethanol facts and how corn is helping the planet.

I AM

CURIOUS

Learn more about ethanol and the impact Nebraska corn is making in the products you use every day.

KERNEL OF TRUTH:

Today’s growers produce 5 times more corn than we did in the 1930s. But use 20% less land to do it.

CORN 101

The versatility of corn is a marvel. From innovative biofuels to cattle feed, Nebraska corn powers industries across the state. Learn more about some of the key elements that make corn such an important part of our economy.

SEE THE IMPACT

KERNEL OF TRUTH:

America’s Corn Belt emits more oxygen than the Amazon Rainforest, helping produce cleaner air for our planet.

Ethanol Pump

IN NEBRASKA, OUR GAS IS GREENER

Ethanol is an important biofuel processed using Nebraska corn. As a high-octane, clean-burning renewable fuel added to gasoline, ethanol improves air quality, engine performance and has a reduced environmental impact compared to regular gasoline all at a lower cost per gallon.

ETHANOL

DOING MORE WITH LESS

Through responsible stewardship, new genetics and improved management practices, Nebraska corn farmers are growing more corn with less. Less fertilizer, chemicals, water, land and, most importantly, less impact on the environment.

Corn innovation
Ear of corn partially exposed

KERNEL OF TRUTH:

Ethanol cuts carbon emissions by 34%. That’s like taking 124 million cars off the road.

Farmer in front of a cornfield

NEWS FLASH FROM THE FIELDS.

Corn may grow slowly, but Nebraska corn farmers move fast. Keep up to date on all the latest news, innovations and best-practices that’ll keep your farm and crops at their peak.

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