The House of Representatives has joined the Senate in reauthorizing the Pesticide Registration Improvement Act, often called PRIA 4 because it’s the fourth iteration of legislation that helps fund EPA’s pesticide program through registration and maintenance fees.
Jay Vroom, who recently stepped down as CEO of CropLife America, is launching a new business venture with his wife, Jamie, specializing in “strategic consulting services and investments in modern agriculture related to technology sectors.”
CEO salaries at major nonprofit trade organizations in the agriculture, food and energy space, for the most part, continue to trend upward. But experts say a series of retirements and departures by long-time industry veterans may dip pay scales downward, as newer executives step in.
Chris Novak is taking over as CropLife America’s next president and CEO effective Aug. 20. Novak, who’s been serving as CEO of the National Corn Growers Association, will replace Jay Vroom, who’s held the top job at CropLife since 1989.