WASHINGTON — The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) has moved its office. The National Wheat Foundation (N.W.F.), NAWG’s educational counterpart, has owned the building NAWG left since 1978, and NAWG had been its tenant for nearly that long.

The N.W.F. has decided to sell the building to keep pace with NAWG’s rising presence in Washington.

“The National Wheat Foundation recognized that selling the building was in the best interest for wheat growers,” said Chandler Goule, executive director of the N.W.F. “The foundation spent nearly a year deciding the next best steps for the building but was certain that NAWG’s new location must be located on Capitol Hill to continue their strong representation for wheat growers.”

NAWG moved on Jan. 4, 2020. The association’s temporary address is: 25 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Suite 450, Washington, D.C. 20001.

NAWG is a policy representative in Washington for wheat growers, working to ensure a better future for U.S. growers, the industry and the general public. NAWG works with a team of 20 state wheat grower organizations to benefit the wheat industry at the national levels.