Ag Progress Days
Ag Progress Days at Penn State, held annually during three days in August, is Pennsylvania's largest outdoor agricultural exposition.
When: August 16-18, 2016
Where: Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center
Ag Progress Days News
A passion for the past: Penn State's Pasto Agricultural Museum
September 2, 2015In 1974, the alumni of Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences began an extensive project to gather and preserve pieces of agricultural history. With a mere $1,500 in donations from alumni, what is today's Pasto Agricultural Museum officially opened on Aug. 22, 1979. The museum will kick off its 2015 fall open-house series, held home football game Sundays, starting Sept. 13.
Invention, technology and simple machines featured at Pasto Ag Museum Sept. 13
August 27, 2015The first in a series of fall open houses at Penn State's Pasto Agricultural Museum is scheduled for Sept. 13. The events are scheduled for Sundays after home football games.
Ag Progress Days Reveals Passion of Agriculture
August 21, 2015Ag Progress Days has something for everyone, from the most dedicated of farmers to the average family looking for a fun and educational way to spend the day. Video courtesy of StateCollege.com
Ag Progress Days on RFD-TV
August 14, 2015Ag Progress Days Show Manager Bob Oberheim is interviewed about what's new this year at Pennsylvania’s largest outdoor agricultural expo.
Ag Progress Days sessions to cover workforce and economic development, avian flu
August 14, 2015Government officials, industry representatives and university experts will gather in public forums at Penn State's Ag Progress Days, set for Aug. 18-20 at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs, to exchange ideas and discuss solutions for two critical issues facing Pennsylvania agriculture: workforce and economic development, and highly pathogenic avian influenza. Both sessions are open to the public.