Kansas Certified Crop Advisers

The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) and Certified Professional Agronomist (CPAg) programs of the American Society of Agronomy are the benchmarks of professionalism. The CCA certification was established in 1992 to provide a benchmark for practicing agronomy professionals in the United States and Canada.

Continuing Education

1A Recertification
Century II // Hyatt Hotel
Wichita
Nov. 21, 2019

Recognition Banquet
Hilton Garden Inn
Salina
Dec. 5, 2019

Crop Production Update
Hilton Garden Inn
Salina
Dec. 6, 2019

CEU Applications

Click here to submit your program for CEU approval. Once you have submitted your program and any supporting documentation, the Kansas CEU committee will review.

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Submit application. Once your program has been approved you will receive an email confirming. If you have any questions regarding your program, contact Samantha Tenpenny (samantha@kansasag.org).

Board of Directors

The Kansas Certified Crop Adviser board of directors

Exam Study Guides

The best study material you’re going to find while you prepare to take the exam

CEU Opportunities

Looking for opportunities to continue your education? This is the place

American Society of Agronomy

Every day, everyone is affected by agronomy. The food you eat, the coffee you drink, the ethanol-based gas in your car—all are products of agronomy and the work of agronomists.

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The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) Program validates the credentials of professional crop advisers by establishing standards for knowledge, experience, ethics and continuing education.

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The Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) Program validates the credentials of professional crop advisers by establishing standards for knowledge, experience, ethics and continuing education.

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