Warner University’s Ag Program was awarded a grant from The Mosaic Company, an integrated producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash.
Warner is happy to have the support of this company who gives back to the community. A special thank you to their Public Affairs Manager, Callie Neslund.
Warner will use these funds to help purchase two welding booths for the upcoming Swindle Agricultural Complex, as well as personal safety equipment.
Mosaic employs nearly 9,000 people in six countries and participate in every aspect of crop nutrition development. They mine phosphate rock from nearly 200,000 acres of Mosaic-owned land in Central Florida.
Warner is excited to now be in the permitting phase of the Ag Complex, with a site located on the west side of campus.