Hy-Vee and Omaha-based Scoular this week were announced as new stakeholders in America’s Cultivation Corridor. Georgia Van Gundy, executive vice president, chief administrative officer and chief customer officer at Hy-Vee, and Ed Prosser, senior vice president, emerging business at Scoular, will also join the Corridor’s Board of Directors. Scoular is a provider of agricultural supply chain solutions for suppliers of grain, feed ingredients and food ingredients. Other stakeholders of the Cultivation Corridor include Corteva Agriscience, MidAmerican Energy and Kent Corp. Learn more.