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Celebrate Canada's Agriculture Day

By Tate Wrubleski, Multimedia Communications Specialist

February 2020

Canada's Agriculture Day 2020

Canada's Agriculture Day is a perfect time to celebrate our industry and reach out to consumers to showcase what we do in agriculture. Consumers are interested in knowing more about what goes into the safe and nutritious food we help grow every day. We encourage you to use Canada's Agriculture Day to recognize all of the hard work our producers do to feed our growing population. Watch below to hear about the impact agriculture has in Saskatchewan from just a few of the many voices involved in the industry.

Here are a few ways you can show your agriculture pride:

  • Post a photo, make a video or write a blog and share your food story with others on social media. Make sure to use the hashtags #CdnAgDay and #OurFoodHasAStory.
  • Post a "forks up" selfie. Grab a fork and raise it to the food we love and the people who produce it! Make sure to use the hashtag #CdnAgDay.
  • Host a potluck and encourage those who attend to share a recipe that uses Canadian food products.
  • Teach someone something new about our industry. Have a conversation with a friend, co-worker, family member, or teacher and ask them what they are curious about when it comes to growing food.

Need a few more ideas? Visit the Canada Agriculture Day for a list of ideas and resources to help you celebrate.

Happy Canada's Ag Day!

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