Alberta producers are being invited to share photos to celebrate Canada’s Agriculture Day, which takes place on Feb. 16.
Ag for Life is creating an online photo book called #WeAreAbAg. The aim is to highlight the work and lives of more than 89,000 people employed by the agri-food industry in the province, said Luree Williamson, CEO of the non-profit group, which seeks to build awareness and appreciation of agriculture.
“The book provides a simple but effective way for farmers, ranchers, agrologists, nutritionists, feed processors, crop advisers, and all those involved in the many facets of agriculture to show their agriculture pride and participate in Canadian Ag Day,” Williamson said in a news release. “We’re excited to help showcase the diversity and complexity within the industry.”
To share your agriculture story and photos go to www.agricultureforlife.ca.
“We are looking for a wide range of photos, including farms, ranches, families, livestock, equipment — essentially anything related to agriculture,” Ag for Life said in the release.
The book will be posted on Ag for Life’s website, and social media channels, plus emailed to all those who submit pictures for the photo book.