The locations of outdoor exhibitors, buildings, tents, food vendors, demonstration and more,,, are presented in this Area Map. Street locations are marked for easy reference to find exhibitor locations.
Crops, soils, and conservation exhibitors and demonstrations are now located in this brand new structure at the end of East 5th Street on Harrington Lane. This building was dedicated in 2012, in memory of the late, Joseph D. Harrington, former Show Manager.
Alternative energy opportunities and conservation are the focus for this year's initiation of the Energy Conservation Tent. The Tent features commercial vendors with emphasis on products, services, and educational programs that help promote new energy sources, conserve energy, and reduce the carbon footprint.
Come learn about the history of the American chestnut...and the work to restore the tree to the forests.
Collect fact-based and timely information on all issues related Marcellus Shale natural gas exploration, leasing, and drilling. Penn State extension educators as well as commercial vendors will be on hand to answer your questions.
Stop in and learn about the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture's programs and services.
Continuing in the tradition of providing educational services and new information to the agricultural business community, the Learning Center will feature exhibitor presentations on topics such as financial and business management advice, conservation and renewable energy resources, and transitioning to organic farming practices. Get tips for keeping track of royalty income and explore energy alternatives with special vendors and representatives from Penn State Extension’s Energy Team.
Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the antique tractor display at Ag Progress Days, organizers are dedicating the display to the late Lee “Bud” M. Smeltzer (1933-2005), who first organized the display.