AgDay 365

Be a Part of ‘Ag Day 365’

American Agri-Women recently launched its year-long education and advocacy campaign, “Ag Day 365: Ag Day is Every Day,” to show that everyone is part of agriculture, every day, and to raise awareness about who produces our nation’s abundant food, fiber and energy supply. Follow along with the campaign on AAW’s social media accounts, following the hashtag #agday365. Join in and add the hashtag to your own posts, showing what “Ag Day Every Day” means to you. Stay tuned for special events this year, including events we’re planning during National Ag Day (March 21st) in Washington, D.C. Interested in partnering? Learn more.

Affiliates can use the provided Ag Day 365 Cover Photo and description on your Facebook page to help us share the message that Ag Day is everyday!

According to a report by NBC News “Guidelines are clear — people should get a cup and a half to two cups of fruit every day and two to three cups of vegetables. But three-quarters of Americans do not manage to get that much fruit and 87 percent fail to eat enough vegetables.

“Everyone would be healthier eating more vegetables,” said Marion Nestle, professor of nutrition, food studies, and public health at New York University, who wasn’t involved in the survey.”

Check out this great resource: 17 Simple Ways To Include More Fruits And Veggies This Year!


2016 National Ag Day Celebration

The American Agri-Women (AAW) is proud to join the 2016 National Ag Day Celebrations as an Ag Day sponsor at the Supporter level. Ag Day,, is being celebrated on March 15, 2016 while National Ag Week is being celebrated March 13-19, right before the official start of Spring!

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