The Keystone Center

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The Keystone Center is a primarily corporate-driven organization that works to influence public policy on "our society’s most challenging environmental, energy, and public health problems. Founded in 1975 by Robert W. Craig, The Center is a non-profit organization headquartered in Keystone, Colorado with offices in Washington, DC and Denver, CO."[1] Their board is dominated by representatives of large corporations, including agrochemical and biotech companies, energy companies, pharmaceutical companies, and soft drink and snack food companies.

Field to Market

Field to Market: The Keystone Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture is a project of The Keystone Center that brings together the largest industrial ag, agrochemical, biotechnology, and food manufacturing trade groups and corporations, along with a few environmental organizations and universities, to influence food and agriculture policy.[2]

Board of Trustees

The Executive Committee is as follows:[3]

The Trustees are as follows:


Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch articles


  1. About Us, The Keystone Center, Accessed April 25, 2011.
  2. Field to Market, Accessed April 26, 2011.
  3. Board of Trustees, Accessed April 25, 2011.

External Resources