THE TABLE IS SET! We´re waiting for you.
Learn about the new RTRS membership fee structure*
As a global and multistakeholder round table, RTRS wants all the key players of the value chain to bring their voices to the exchanges and decision-making process of soy and corn production, trade and use. One of the Association’s key priorities, confirmed and outlined in the “Beyond 2020” RTRS Strategy 2021-2026, is to strengthen its membership base and keep ensuring a balanced representation of constituencies.
In this regard, RTRS has introduced a new membership fee structure for certified producers and civil society organisations, aimed at encouraging their representativeness in our multistakeholder roundtable.
A strong value of RTRS for the soy and corn sector is building connections, trust, and tools, which is enriched by bringing together and connecting multiple voices and perspectives. That’s why we invite you to come and take your seat at our table: we’re waiting for you.
|Constituency||Description||Annual membership fee|
|Producers||more than 10,000 ha RTRS certified and non-RTRS certified||€ 2,500|
|less than 10,000 non RTRS certified||€ 250|
|less than 10,000 ha Individual and Multisite RTRS certified producers (total certified and non-certified land, owned or rented farm)||€ 0,00|
|Associations (organisations which represent interests of producers and do not own farmlands)||€ 250|
|Industry, Trade and Finance||(Companies)||€ 3,500|
|Civil Society Organisations||International||€ 1,250|
|Observing members||All others||€ 250|
Get in touch today, to find out how you can take a seat at the table
We invite you to spread the news about the new RTRS membership fee structure by participating in the social media campaign: ‘The Table is Set’.
Follow us on LK and TW and join the campaign with #TABLEISSET. Also, you can download the materials here; together, all voices can be involved and join the community around collaborative and common efforts towards responsible supply chains.
*Membership fees are approved by RTRS Members by Written Resolution No 1-2022, and pursuant to Article 39(4) of RTRS Statutes.