Two infographic videos have educated nearly 310,000 consumers on the importance of California and Arizona farmers and their role in producing the nation’s fresh fruits, vegetables and tree nuts. These videos, which showcase statistics and facts about agriculture in California and Arizona in a compelling video, were posted on Western Growers’ (WG) Facebook and Twitter pages.

Data highlighted in the videos include figures such as the following:

Stephanie Metzinger

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) invite processors and food producers to join a free interactive webinar to learn how to become a certified USDA vendor.

AMS purchases over 300 different food products to distribute to millions of school children, families and others who qualify for the USDA’s nutrition assistance program. Tune in to this webinar to find out how your company can participate in these purchases to support agriculture!

WEBINAR DETAILS

Dennis Nuxoll

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) invite processors and food producers to join a free interactive webinar to learn how to become a certified USDA vendor.

AMS purchases over 300 different food products to distribute to millions of school children, families and others who qualify for the USDA’s nutrition assistance program. Tune in to this webinar to find out how your company can participate in these purchases to support agriculture!

WEBINAR DETAILS

Dennis Nuxoll

Western Growers has officially launched an interactive directory that acts as a marketplace for agtech startups. The Western Growers AgTech Innovation Directory allows users to identify, research and connect with start-up companies within the WG Center for Innovation & Technology (Center). These startups are specializing in everything from data management and mechanization to traceability and aerial imagery. 

Stephanie Metzinger

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