Round Up your family and friends for Central Wyoming College’s National Ag Day event on Tuesday, March 21st from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us for a day with Ag faculty, students and the community at the Rustler Gym. There will be tractors, animals, and educational booths to bring awareness about the important role of agriculture in the region. Visit our Ag Page to learn all about how Central Wyoming College leads the way in agriculture.
National Ag Day was founded by the Agriculture Council of America in 1973. The first National Ag Day was celebrated by the ACA in 1979. Since then the ACA has put efforts into creating awareness about the role of agriculture in modern society.
Almost all of us take agriculture for granted. National Ag Day is arranged by the Agriculture Council of America. This is a non-profit organization that comprises all the leaders in the agriculture and food community. This day is observed to honor the efforts of people related to agriculture and promote awareness about these efforts amongst people.
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