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Tips for Celebrating Canada’s Agriculture Day

February 2017

Canada’s Agriculture Day on February 16, 2017 is a day when everyone can come together to celebrate the business of Canadian agriculture. It’s a time to showcase all the amazing things happening in the industry and create a closer connection between consumers, our food and the people who produce it. The theme is “Let’s celebrate the food we love”.

Canadian agriculture is an innovative, vibrant and forward-thinking industry, which plays a significant role in our economy. Consider joining the conversation on February 16, 2017:

  1. Wish your friends and co-workers a happy Canadian Ag Day!
  2. Post your top five favourite Canadian foods #Top5Foods , #CndAgDay.
  3. Make a meal for your family will all-Canadian foods and share a picture of it online #ShareAMeal, #CdnAgDay.
  4. Organize a potluck and encourage your group to use Canadian ingredients.
  5. Engage your community in the celebration. Invite your neighbours to coffee or organize an open house of your operation or business.
  6. Visit RealDirtOnFarming.ca or AllAboutFood.aitc.ca to learn and share something new about agriculture #InspireOthers, #CdnAgDay.
  7. Snap a pic of what you are doing and share it on social media #IWorkInAG, #FarmLife, #CdnAgDay, #OurFoodHasAStory.
  8. Engage a non-ag audience.  If you are posting about Canadian food #CdnAgDay, consider using additional hashtags like #Foodie, #LoveYourFood, #instafood and #yummy .

Visit www.AgDay.ca for more information, ideas, resources and events.