Harry Ahrenholtz

Member, Strategy Working Group

Harry Ahrenholtz, a self-employed business consultant since 2012, currently serves as Chairman of Agriculture’s Clean Water Alliance. Prior to working as a business consultant, Ahrenholtz worked in executive management with West Central Cooperative in Ralston, Iowa, Koch Industries in Wichita, Kansas, and Evan Grain Co/Midwest Agri Services in Salina, Kansas. Ahrenholtz is a graduate of Iowa State University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture. Ahrenholtz currently lives in Jefferson, Iowa with his wife Carol where Ahrenholtz serves as Board President for Heart of Iowa Habitat for Humanity, city council member and chairman of trustees for his church. Ahrenholtz and his wife enjoy spending time with their 3 sons and their families which includes their 7 grandchildren.

Agriculture's Clean Water Alliance (ACWA)

ACWA is comprised of ag retailers working together to improve water quality in the Raccoon River and Des Moines River watersheds. ACWA members agree to help farmers reach optimal crop yield and profitability while implementing the best environmental practices to preserve and protect Iowa’s water and soil. 

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