Mosaic News

Mosaic honored with Community Spirit Corporate Award

Individuals and organizations were honored by the Manatee Community Foundation for their personal and philanthropic investments in Manatee County during its 2016 Spirit of Manatee Awards attended by 400 at the Bradenton Area Convention Center. The Mosaic Company was presented the Community Spirit Corporate Award. The company has given $10,000 annually to the South Florida […]

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Mosaic Supports Manatee County Fair

In its 100th year, Mosaic was once again proud to support the Manatee County Fair and the livestock auctions and shows from local FFA and 4-H students. These kids work so hard each year leading up to this time-honored tradition! Watch this video to learn more about the impact of these auctions within our community.

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The Rye Preserve Nature Center Open to the Public

The Rye Preserve Nature Center, also known as the upland habitat in Manatee County, is now open to the public. Several Mosaic employees who volunteered their time to help renovate the center were on hand for the dedication ceremony, which took place on Jan. 9, 2016. The center features eight exhibits focused on the history […]

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Mine Permitting Efforts Off to a Great Start in 2016

On Jan. 7, 2016, Mosaic’s Mine Permitting team received unanimous approval of an operational permit from the Manatee County Board of County Commissioners, which allows the company to mine 256 acres, known as the G&D Farm parcel, as an extension of the Four Corners Mine.     In addition to the G&D parcel, in 2016, the Mine […]

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The Mosaic Company Achieves Recognition as a World Leader on CDP’s 2015 Climate A List

Mosaic is among 113 companies recognized as global leaders in environmental performance and climate action PLYMOUTH, MN, November 5, 2015 — For the third consecutive year, The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) has achieved recognition from the international non-profit, CDP, for demonstrating measurable action and strategies to reduce greenhouse emissions (GHGs) and mitigate climate-related business risks. […]

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Palmetto forum explores roots of hunger in Florida

PALMETTO — One out of every four Florida children are not sure where their next meal is coming from. But Florida’s agriculture commission said Thursday that these hungry children are not suffering in a state lacking food but in a state that hasn’t figured out exactly how to help kids get the food they need. […]

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Lake Flores goes to Manatee commission for final approval in August

MANATEE — Lake Flores, a mixed-use, walkable community that developers are saying would transform West Bradenton, received its first official stamp of approval Thursday. Manatee County Planning Commission unanimously recommended the 1,300-acre mixed use community for approval. The general development plan and request for rezoning to planned development mixed use will now go before the […]

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Mosaic to mine Duette farmland

DUETTE — Farm fields long used to grow crops for an organic strawberry farm is on its way to becoming part of a phosphate mine that spans almost 12,000 acres in East Manatee. Thursday, the Manatee County Planning Commission will consider converting 272 acres once owned by Wish Farms subsidiary G&D Farms into a mining […]

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Food Bank of Manatee seeking donations for summer

The Food Bank of Manatee is accepting donations and nonperishable goods to help feed children of low-income families during the months when school is not in session. While 60 percent of local children are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals in Manatee County, they are not all able to access nutrition programs in the […]

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