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Sarles Rural Fire Department Receives $5,000 Donation from Bayer CropScience
Date:8/8/2013

Research Triangle Park, N.C. (PRWEB) August 08, 2013

Thanks to five local canola farmers who nominated the Sarles Rural Fire Protection District for a More for Everyone award, the volunteer department now can equip its members with grassland firefighting suits. Made possible by InVigor® canola hybrids from Bayer CropScience, the annual awards program financially supports small community groups like the Sarles Rural Fire Protection District.

The Sarles Rural Fire Protection District is one of 10 non-profit organizations across North Dakota receiving a total of $30,000 in donations from Bayer CropScience through the More for Everyone awards program in 2013. In the program’s four-year lifetime, Bayer CropScience has awarded more than $117,000 to local groups nominated by canola farmers.

“We believe the benefits of InVigor hybrids result in More for Everyone,” says Kyle Rollness, technical sales representative for Bayer CropScience. “For farmers, InVigor means the best genetics and more yield. For the canola-growing communities like Sarles, InVigor and the More for Everyone program means more than $100,000 donated to important causes and local needs.”

Rollness presented the award check today, Aug. 8 at 2 p.m., at the Sarles Fire Station.

“As a small town fire department, we do not have much funding or opportunity to purchase updated equipment,” says Steven McDonald, director of Sarles Rural Fire Protection District. “With this award, we can better protect everyone in the fire district by investing in the safety and ability of our firemen.”

Farmers who booked InVigor seed by March 22, 2013, had the opportunity to nominate a deserving organization in their communities. A panel of three independent judges chose the Sarles Rural Fire Protection District and these other organizations from 125 submissions to receive awards:

$5,000 each

  • Lakota Area Ambulance District (Lakota, N.D.)
  • Mohall Park District (Mohall, N.D.)
  • Munich Park District (Munich, N.D.)
  • St. Alphonsus School (Langdon, N.D.)

$1,000 each

  • Bowbells Women Helping Others (Bowbells, N.D.)
  • First Presbyterian Church of Rolla (Rolla, N.D.)
  • Mott Fire Department (Mott, N.D.)
  • Roosevelt Park Zoo (Minot, N.D.)
  • Velva Public School Vocational Ag Department (Velva, N.D.)

The judges were Sherri Coleman, associate director of the Northern Canola Growers Association; Brian Jenks, weed scientist with North Dakota State University; and Sarah Wilson, an agricultural advocate from Jamestown, N.D.

The total amount awarded each year is linked to how much InVigor canola seed farmers reserved during the company’s Early Book period, which ended on March 22, 2013, for the 2013 growing season. For each bag of seed reserved during Early Book, Bayer CropScience allotted a specific amount for the More for Everyone awards.

For more information, visit http://www.moreforeveryone.com/.

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About Bayer CropScience
Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the fields of health care, agriculture and high-tech materials. This year the company is celebrating 150 years of Bayer – consistent with its mission “Bayer: Science For A Better Life”. Bayer CropScience, the subgroup of Bayer AG responsible for the agricultural business, has annual sales of EUR 8,383 million (2012) and is one of the world’s leading innovative crop science companies in the areas of seeds, crop protection and non-agricultural pest control. The company offers an outstanding range of products including high value seeds, innovative crop protection solutions based on chemical and biological modes of action as well as an extensive service backup for modern, sustainable agriculture. In the area of non-agricultural applications, Bayer CropScience has a broad portfolio of products and services to control pests from home and garden to forestry applications. The company has a global workforce of 20,800 and is represented in more than 120 countries. This and further news is available at: http://www.press.bayercropscience.com.

Contact:
Bayer CropScience Media Hotline, 1-877-879-6162, or

Beth Roden
Director of Communications
Bayer CropScience
Tel: (919) 549-2030
Email: beth(dot)roden(at)bayer(dot)com

Heather Koehler
AdFarm
Tel: (816) 479-5215
Email: heather(dot)koehler(at)adfarmonline(dot)com

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