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NCGANorth Carolina General Assembly
NCGANational Corn Growers Association
NCGANational Computer Graphics Association
NCGANorthern California Golf Association
NCGANational Cooperative Grocers Association (since 1999; Iowa City, Iowa)
NCGANational Council on Governmental Accounting
NCGANational Church Goods Association (Glen Ellyn, IL)
NCGANorth Carolina Growers Association
NCGANational Collegiate Gymnastics Association
NCGANational Cotton Ginners Association (Memphis, TN)
NCGANorthern Canola Growers Association (Bismarck, ND)
NCGANeighborhood Cultivation Genetic Algorithm
NCGANarromine Citrus Growers Association (Australia)
NCGANorth Carolina Geographic Alliance
NCGANorth Coast Growers Association (Arcata, California)
NCGANational Character of Geometric Abstraction
NCGANorthern California Grocers Association
NCGANational Coloured Glass Association (Australia)
NCGANational Capital Glass Association (Canada)
NCGANorth Carolina Guardianship Association, Inc. (Raleigh, NC)
NCGANorth Carolina Geocaching Association
NCGANational Committee of Geophysicists of Azerbaijan
NCGANational Coffee Growers Association (various countries)
NCGANational Certificate Group Awards (Scottish Qualifications Authority)
NCGANoodsberg Cane Growers Association (South Africa)
NCGANassau County Guardians Association (Uniondale, NY)
NCGANational Committee on Geomatics Academicians
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IOAS will soon conduct testing with NCGA grocers and suppliers.
"We reiterate our desire for Cargill to look closer to home when increasing their investment in the ethanol industry," said NCGA president Dee Vaughan in a letter to Cargill president Greg Page.
The NCGA and representatives from the agricultural, chemical and forestry industries held a strategic vision workshop in St.
14 was issued after a reexamination of the financial reporting entity standards developed by the NCGA. The underlying principle of Statement No.
"No matter the times or economic environment, shoppers remain passionate about co-op grocers and the sense of community that they inspire," says Robynn Shrader, chief executive officer for NCGA. "Everyone loves their local coop for different reasons; this contest provides an opportunity for shoppers to tell us in their own words."
NCGA sent a letter to suppliers and other vendors last week asking for support.
"We are grateful to USB and NCGA for their continued support and for empowering and inspiring all of us to share the story of agriculture in new and unique ways."
* New 'Go Co-op' Website--The National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) is launching its redesigned www.go.coop Website as part of the 2008 program to continue providing a destination site for U.S.
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) -- a business services cooperative representing more than 109 natural food co-ops nationwide -- is holding its first-ever contest to honor local community members for their work in sustainable foods.
In 1984, the GFOA called an end to the distinguished career of the National Council on Governmental Accounting (NCGA) because the GFOA had come to believe that the GASB offered a more effective means of achieving its goal of improved accounting and financial reporting for state and local governments.
The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) recently announced that it has sent a letter to Exxon Mobil Corporation chairman and CEO Lee Raymond identifying what the association views as errors in the speech he gave at the Woodrow Wilson International Center earlier this month.
The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) and Corn Refiners Association (CRA) praised the effort to quickly strike a meaningful deal and successfully conclude the talks.