Posted: March 20, 2019

Ag Day returns this year on April 10th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm on the Berkey Creamery lawn, just in time to welcome the warm spring weather.

The Ag Advocates of Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences invite you to participate in Ag Day on Wednesday, April 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m on the Berkey Creamery lawn. Ag Day 2019 will show the importance of the agricultural industry in our day-to-day lives by exhibiting the achievements of Penn State students in the College of Agricultural Sciences and the role that the agricultural industry plays in food, fiber, technology, and beyond. Ag Day is free! The day will include educational booths and activities from many of the College of Agricultural Sciences' 40+ student organizations, demonstrations from the Pasto Ag Museum, a lineup of distinguished guest speakers including Dean of the College, Dr. Richard Roush and representatives from Shaver's Creek Environmental Center. Attendees have the opportunity to pet and learn about farm animals from Penn State's various animal programs. Not to mention, free pansies and Berkey Creamery ice cream will be available while supplies last, with flavors including: Cookies and Cream, Peachy Paterno, Death by Chocolate and Vanilla.

Can't make it to Ag Day? Catch the live-stream via Facebook Live and hear from our guest speakers throughout the day! For more information leading up to Ag Day 2019, including the lineup of guest speakers, be sure to follow Penn State Ag Sciences (@agsciences) and the Ag Advocates (@psuagadvocates) on Instagram and Facebook. If you have questions, reach out to Marra Baker (), Director of Recruitment and Student Activities for the College of Agricultural Sciences.

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