Nominate Board of Directors

Board of Directors Election

The distinct difference between the cooperative system and other forms of agricultural businesses is the ability of the owners to control the business. Stockholders, who must be agricultural producers, elect from their ranks Board of Directors to govern the company. 

If you or someone you know would like to run for election to the Central Valley Ag Board of Directors, we encourage you to submit a nomination form for consideration to the Nominating Committee. 

Nominees for the CVA Board of Directors must be postmarked by 5:00 p.m., August 26, 2022. 

CVA Regions Accepting Nominations 

CVA Map
CVA Region Map
  • Region 1
  • Region 3
  • Region 5
  • Region 7
  • Region 8
  • Region 9

 

Per CVA bylaws, the Nominator and the Nominee must be:

  • in good standing with CVA
  • currently doing business with CVA
  • a Stockholder of CVA 

 

Download the Nomination Form below and return to: 

Central Valley Ag

Attn: Derek Appley

PO Box 429

York NE 68467

Cooperative Voting for Board of Directors

Nomination Form

If you or someone you know would like to run for election to the Central Valley Ag Board of Directors, we encourage you to submit a nomination form for consideration to the Nominating Committee.

Download Nomination Form

Meet Your Board 

The Central Valley Ag Board of Directors consists of local agricultural leaders. These individuals have industry expertise and economic and community development skills. The board currently has 21 directors and two associate directors that reside in communities throughout the CVA territory. The Board of Directors’ mission is to provide leadership of Central Valley Ag’s current direction and initiatives and position the organization for future success and profitability for members. The “Meet Your Board” video series was developed to help you learn more about your board. To learn more about your Central Valley Ag Board of Directors, click here.