Myakka City Historic School House receives $100,000 grant

The William G. and Marie Selby Foundation presents $100,000 to finish final phase of renovation. Marilyn Coker, the president of the Myakka City Historical Society, said she never had seen a check “with so many zeroes.” On Tuesday, the Myakka City Historical Society announced it has received a $100,000 grant from the William G. and […]

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The Mosaic Company Issues Statement on Preparations for Hurricane Irma

PLYMOUTH, MN, September 8, 2017 – The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) today issued the following statement regarding its efforts to prepare for Hurricane Irma: If forecasts continue to show that Hurricane Irma is likely to move along the Florida peninsula this weekend, The Mosaic Company plans to idle its Central Florida phosphate mines and partially […]

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Growing Potential on Reclaimed Land in Florida

Innovation is essential to Mosaic’s success. Many good ideas have led to new processes, improved efficiencies and safety in our operations, work flows and business strategy. It’s no different when it comes to extracting value from Mosaic’s reclaimed lands in Florida. Land Management’s Tom Pospichal and David Crum know this first-hand as they are the […]

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Mosaic Achieves Recognition on 100 Best Corporate Citizens List

For the eighth consecutive year, Mosaic was named to CR’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens list as recognition of our sustainability performance and reporting efforts.  This year we achieved a rank of No. 28 – up from No. 37 last year – thanks to our continued commitments to accountability and responsibility. The 100 Best Corporate Citizens […]

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SCF and Mosaic partner on manufacturing program

State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota got a $350,000 shot in the arm Thursday with the announcement of a technology grant from phosphate mining giant Mosaic. Looking to replenish an aging base of skilled employees, Mosaic is buttressing SCFMS’s engineering technology program with new equipment and 10 manufacturing courses beginning in the fall. More broadly, students […]

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Manatee County Commission Approves Mosaic’s Rezone Request

This is a great day for Manatee County, our more than 3,500 Florida employees, and farmers across America who rely on the products we produce right here in the Sunshine State. The permit approved by the Manatee County Commission paves the way for us to help support the local economy. It also secures tens of […]

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Mosaic Fertilizer’s Response to Inaccurate Tampa Bay Times Article

The allegations in Mr. Pittman’s February 10 article titled “Mosaic, state should have seen sinkhole forming, experts say,” are fundamentally wrong. The water level increases cited in his article were observed in a location that is in no way related to the recent sinkhole at Mosaic Fertilizer’s New Wales facility. The water level data are […]

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Mosaic phosphate mining vital to prosperity, a vibrant future

For more than a century, Florida’s phosphate industry has provided livelihood, prosperity and a vibrant future to local families, businesses and communities. The process of phosphate mining, reclamation and operations has evolved over the decades, and Mosaic is proud our team of scientists, ecologists and engineers is pioneering the latest environmental technologies to reclaim the […]

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Mosaic Helps Wish Snooty a Happy Birthday

An hour before it was due to start, people were already arriving to say “happy birthday” to the world’s oldest manatee in captivity. About 5,000 gathered for the Snooty’s 68th birthday celebration at the South Florida Museum in Bradenton. He’s been at the museum since 1949, when he was 11 months old. Before seeing Snooty, […]

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