Louisiana Phosphate Operations
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Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC Reaches Regulatory Settlement in Florida and Louisiana
Mosaic Promotes Eileen Stuart to Vice President, Public Affairs - Phosphates
Mosaic announced that Eileen Stuart will be promoted to the role of Vice President, Public Affairs - Phosphates, effective April 13. In her new role, Stuart will oversee Mosaic’s internal and external communications, community engagement and investments, and public policy and government affairs in support of Mosaic’s phosphate business in Central Florida and Louisiana.
Mosaic Receives Legion of Honor Award
The Legion of Honor Award is given to recognize a company that has made a major contribution of time, effort, and energy to serve the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank.
Mosaic Donates Tractor-Trailer to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank
The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank fleet of trucks will grow by one this month with the addition of its largest and most versatile tractor-trailer to date, all part of a donation made by The Mosaic Company. The new 53-foot tractor-trailer will be unveiled at 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 12, as part of a special food distribution day to be held in St. James Parish.
Mosaic Announces Companywide Sustainability Performance and Progress
Two years ago, The Mosaic Company committed to reducing absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 10 percent and greenhouse gas intensity by 5 percent from 2005 levels in the company’s North American phosphate operations. The goal was to achieve these targets by 2015. Today, Mosaic announced it is on track to outperform that greenhouse gas reduction target
Mosaic Completes Acquisition Of CF Industries' Phosphate Business
The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) has completed its acquisition of the phosphate business of CF Industries, Inc. (NYSE: CF) for $1.2 billion in cash plus $200 million to fund the company's asset retirement obligation escrow.
Ducks Unlimited, partners celebrate Sherburne WMA enhancement project
Louisiana residents and visitors will have improved and increased opportunity for waterfowl hunting and wildlife watching on the popular Sherburne Wildlife Management Area.
Louisiana Employees Celebrate Milestones
Louisiana employees and guests celebrated operational milestones with Mosaic leaders Joe Kline and Steve Susick at Mike Anderson’s Restaurant.
Mosaic Sponsors the St. James Parish Livestock Show
Mosaic was proud to sponsor this large community event in the St. James Parish. Its student participants take great pride in showing their animals locally before moving to the district and state livestock shows.
Mosaic Contributes to United Way in Louisiana
Mosaic Public Affairs Specialist Jennifer Grigsby was pleased to help coordinate Louisiana’s employee participation and check presentations for the most recent United Way campaign. In fact, Louisiana’s Uncle Sam and Faustina operations had 98 percent employee participation in giving last fall.
Mosaic Sponsors Festival of the Bonfires Gumbo Cook-Off
Larry Roussel and Mosaic’s Jennifer Grigbsy join a WBRZ Baton Rouge morning show to talk about the Festival of the Bonfires in Lutcher and the Gumbo Cook-off.
Mosaic to Acquire CF Industries Phosphate Business
The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the phosphate business of CF Industries, Inc. (NYSE: CF) for $1.2 billion in cash plus $200 million to fund CF Industries’ asset retirement obligation escrow.
Fast Food Farm Opens Mosaic’s Kids Kitchen
Students in St. James Parish now have a new kitchen to prepare vegetables they grow on Fast Food Farm, thanks to a $90,000 grant from the Mosaic Company.
The Mosaic Company Announces Potential Ammonia Plant in St. James Parish
Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal and The Mosaic Company’s Richard Krakowski announced Mosaic is beginning front-end engineering and design work on a potential $700 million ammonia production plant at the company’s existing Faustina site in St. James Parish.
The Mosaic Company Helps Communities Recover From Hurricane Isaac
Mosaic announced a $150,000 gift to provide immediate relief to Louisiana families and individuals impacted by Hurricane Isaac. Donations will be made by The Mosaic Company Foundation to three community partners assisting residents with their immediate needs:
Mosaic Temporarily Suspends Louisiana Phosphate Operations Due to Flooding
May 10, 2011
Mosaic announced it will temporarily shut down its Louisiana operations due to the impact of the Mississippi River flooding on its electrical power supplies. Operations will resume when river water levels recede and conditions permit.
Students Learn Valuable Lessons at Mosaic-Sponsored Fast Food Farm
The Farm is a non-profit organization located on three acres of land surrounded by sugarcane fields in Lutcher, Louisiana. Students visit The Farm and participate in hands-on activities that teach the importance of farming and food production