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Growing a Stronger Planet

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Growing a Stronger Planet

As humans, our population is rapidly expanding. Our planet, however, is not. In a world where many already go hungry, we all have a very clear, very daunting challenge on our hands. Fortunately, we also have John Kruse.

Serving the World

Serving the World

Kyle Gorgas transitioned from life in the Air Force to a career with Koch Nitrogen Company. His values and skills from the military helped prepare him for what would come next.

The Gift of a Second Chance

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The Gift of a Second Chance

How David Koch's support of cancer research helped save the life of a 9/11 first responder.

Man with a Plan

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Man with a Plan

When Brian Kaiser responded to a “help wanted” ad in the local newspaper 25 years ago, he didn’t realize that he would eventually help save 40 million gallons of water per year.

Making the Most

Making the Most

Abraham Rodriguez, role model, college grad and business analyst, would not be where he is today if it weren’t for the mentors in his life. Now, he makes sure he does the same for others.

Tested By Fire

Tested By Fire

A community copes with a devastating school fire. First by responding. Then by rebuilding. Koch’s Georgia-Pacific employees who live and work there play a pivotal role in both.

Love is.

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Love is.

At Urban Preparatory Academy, our dollars and volunteer hours are but one small part of preparing little ones to do big things.

Army of Two

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Army of Two

Jenna and Josh met serving as logistics officers for different companies in the U.S. Army. Today, as veterans, they bring their valuable skills to different companies within Koch.

Challenge of a Lifetime

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Challenge of a Lifetime

A determined cancer survivor and a diverse team of experts are making progress together in the pursuit of a cure.

Their Home on the Range

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Their Home on the Range

Keeping the Cattle Business a Family Affair

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