Derek Sandison, Washington
Mike Naig, Iowa
Successfully implementing a modernized U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement, securing new export market access, and fostering a stable trade policy environment are vital to U.S. agriculture. A regional trade agreement with Mexico and Canada along with new bilateral trade agreements, especially in the Asia-Pacific, are critical to maintaining and creating markets for U.S. agricultural products. In addition to new market access, NASDA continues to advocate for the trade policy stability needed to facilitate U.S. agriculture and food exports to top markets around the world and avoid negative impacts of retaliatory tariffs.