Video contest part of Indiana Ag Day
Students in grades 6-12 are encouraged to consider tomorrow’s food, feed and fuel supply for a video contest that asks, “What does the future of agriculture mean to you?” The video contest is part of Indiana’s celebration of Indiana Ag Day, March 21. From its farms – both big and small – to innovative researchers and agricultural companies, Indiana has continued to lead the way in providing a safe, stable and affordable food supply that feeds a growing population. Through the contest, students are challenged to think about what could be accomplished in the future and how it will affect them. The resulting video must be 30 seconds to 1 minute long. The entry process and a full list of guidelines can be found at www.indianafamilyoffarmers.com/videocontest.html. All videos that meet the guidelines will be presented on the IFoF website, where the public may vote on their favorite.
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