Conversation with Monsanto’s Michael Doane
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At Monsanto, our vision for sustainable agriculture strives to meet the needs of a growing population, to protect and preserve this planet we all call home, and to help improve lives everywhere. In 2008, Monsanto made a commitment to sustainable agriculture – pledging to produce more, conserve more, and improve farmers’ lives by 2030.
About Michael Doane:
Michael Doane is vice president of sustainable agriculture policy for Monsanto Company. In this role, Michael is engaged with the food value chain on issues relating to the economic, social and environmental sustainability of agricultural production systems. Michael has been with Monsanto for 14 years in a variety of commercial business and policy development roles. He was raised on a diversified crop and livestock farm in Kansas. Prior to his work at Monsanto, he served as the executive director of the Kansas Association of Wheat Growers. He received a master’s degree in agricultural economics and a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from Kansas State University.