2018 American Agri-Women National Convention
American Agri-Women 2018 Scholarship Winners
The American Agri-Women Foundation wishes to announce the winners of their Academic Scholarships for 2018.
• The winner of the Jean Ibendahl Scholarship is Allie Christina Poole, of Kentucky.
• The winner of the Saint Thomas More Bertels Scholar is Tera Koebel Baker, from Michigan.
The foundation had 83 applications for the scholarships and would like to thank all who applied.
It’s Contest Time!
We want to see how you are involved in making food.
Are you a grower (farmer/ rancher/ fisher)? Processor? Grocer? Cook? Foodie?
We are seeking those who can show off this year’s
Ag Day 365 theme of “Food: How It’s Made” and that means YOU!
Send your photos to email@example.com
to be entered into our monthly contest (running from May to October 2018).
Entrants each month will be entered into a pool for randomly drawn mystery prize packets,
filled with cool Ag Day 365 swag, gift cards and other goodies.
This promotion is open to those 18 and over who reside in the United States. Void where prohibited. Limit 1 photo per entrant per month. By entering, you release your photos to be used as a part of American Agri-Women and Ag Day 365 promotional and marketing purposes.
American Agri-Women and Bayer Announce Winners of
2017 ‘Gen Z Speaks Ag’ Advocacy Contest
Winners will be part of the inaugural Gen Z Advisory Panel, advising AAW about trends and issues facing young advocates.
American Agri-Women (AAW) and Crop Science, a division of Bayer, are pleased to announce the winners of the “Gen Z Speaks Ag” advocacy contest as part of AAW’s “AgDay365: Ag Day is Every Day Campaign.” AgDay365 celebrates the fact that everyone is part of agriculture, every day, and the contest encouraged young advocates to make their voices count.
Congratulations to all of the winners!
1st Place Winner and People’s Choice for Videography
Brandon Roiger, Minneapolis, Minn. – “Ag is an Every Day Hope”
American Agri-Women (AAW) announces its “Ag Day is Every Day Campaign” and invites farmers, ranchers and consumers to join in and celebrate the fact that everyone is part of agriculture, every day. The campaign is also raising awareness about who produces our nation’s abundant food, fiber and energy supply.
The “Ag Day is Every Day” campaign, or #AgDay365, is inspired by and builds on the important connections made on National Ag Day, which was celebrated in March and organized by the Agriculture Council of America.
AAW members have already been promoting #AgDay365 on social media, in special events and in personal conversations. AAW recently hosted 100 students on National Ag Day for a “Raising Voices Together” social media event. Other events are being coordinated this year by AAW or by its state and commodity affiliates, such as harvest dinners in the field; state fair activities; social media challenges; connecting with consumers at farmers markets and restaurants; working with urban agriculture efforts; food drives and pollinator projects.
The goal of the campaign is for the #AgDay365 campaign to continue on, joining forces with commodity groups, advocacy groups and others. Learn more.