World Agriculture Day is a bridge between agriculture and the people. It fosters a sense of identification with agriculture—one of the most important of all human activities that feeds us every day. The people of the world must gather around a smart agriculture based on science and knowledge.
YOUR SUPPORT IS ESSENTIAL
With your support, World Agriculture Day is able to make the value of farmers’ daily work known and help farmers make their farms profitable. It also furthers our direct action with decision makers to support local purchasing and denunciate ever increasing grocery bills. Your contribution helps broadcast real information on agriculture and nutritious food. It also helps fund research programs that contribute to the development of smart and environmentally sound agriculture.
An updated and true information on the major issues of agriculture and food, on the origin of food that ends up on our plates.
Milan, Italy, hosted a historic world expo in 2015, with
a theme of "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life!"
24,000 EGGS A DAY
Every egg for consumption undergoes a series of assessments before being sent to stores.
GARDENS OF THE NORTH
With its diverse geology, strategic geographical location and surprising climate thanks to the impressive St. Lawrence River the province of Quebec, located in eastern Canada, offers undeniable horticultural advantages.
THE ANNAPOLIS VALLEY
The Annapolis Valley is truly eastern Canada’s Garden of Eden. plethora of fruits and vegetables can be grown here, thanks to the Valley’s
climate, which is exceptional in this part of northeastern North America. century.
THE AMERICAN CORN BELT
A true paradise for intensive farming, the American Midwest has an
ideal climate for corn and boasts up to a metre of fertile soils.
GRUYERE FROM SWITZERLAND
Over the last century, Switzerland has built its
prestigious reputation on unusual grounds.
Idaho, potato giant
The state of Idaho is the potato capital of the United States and a world
benchmark for this crop, which was introduced at the turn of the XlXth century.