Greenstone Donates to NECAS

Greenstone donates to NECAS during employee meeting

Greenstone Systems donates to NECAS (National Education Center for Agricultural Safety) during their November 2022 employee meeting in Alpharetta, GA.

In the photo, Greenstone General Manager, Duey Yliniemi, and Jenifer Archer, Professional Services Analyst virtually present the donation to Dan Neenan, Director of NECAS.

The donation goes towards helping the NECAS promote awareness for safety and training, as well as the well-being of the lives throughout ag communities, in which our customers and employees live and work.

Employee asks Greenstone to donate to the NECAS

Photo taken by Jenifer Archer at Customer Site

While visiting a customer site last winter, Jenifer Archer got an invite to join the agribusiness for an evening safety training. That evening, Jenifer was able to experience training conducted by the NECAS, where the fire department had a successful grain rescue from the simulator. Jenifer began taking photos and thinking about how she and/or Greenstone can help the NECAS promote awareness for safety and training for agribusinesses, local volunteer fire departments, and local farmers. Jenifer sent an email to Greenstone that same evening giving her recommendation to support the NECAS.

Greenstone and NECAS have a common footprint

“Greenstone looks for opportunities to give back to local ag communities,” stated Duey Yliniemi, General Manager at Greenstone. “After Jenifer submitted a recommendation to support the NECAS, we were excited to support her request. We recognize that Greenstone and NECAS have a common footprint across the United States. For this reason, our donation will have an impact on the fabric of rural America to promote the health and well-being of those throughout the entire ag industry.”

How you can donate to NECAS?

NECAS offers a comprehensive list of rescue programs and safety trainings. If you would like to donate to the NECAS, click here. When designating your donation, be sure to select “National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS) Endowment”. For more information about the NECAS organization visit their website at:

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