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Farm Connection Day

Save the Date for our 12th Annual Farm Connection Day! 
Come join us at the Yolo County Fairgrounds on May 1, 2020 for the 12th Annual Farm Connection Day!

Farm Connection Day is a free field trip hosted by Yolo County 4-H and Yolo County Farm Bureau. It provides a hands-on, educational experience about agriculture for all Yolo County students in Kindergarten through Sixth grade and is a fun and exciting way for students to make the connection between agriculture and their daily lives.

Please note:
  • You must register by April 17, 2020 to attend the event. (For security reasons, no walk-ins will be admitted to the event this year.)
  • Participants should bring their own lunches and drinks
  • There are NO water fountains at the Fairgrounds

Farm Connection Day 2020 Registration

Register your class for Farm Connection Day 2020 here!

For more information about Farm Connection Day 2020, click here or email Amy.

Please note: YOU MUST RSVP TO BE ABLE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT. In previous years, we have accepted walk-ins on the day of the event. Unfortunately, due to security reasons, we now have to require that you RSVP.


If you are interested in having a booth at the 12th annual Farm Connection Day, email Amy or download the form below. Completed forms can be emailed or faxed to (530) 662-8611.

Booth space is limited and will be designated on a first-come, first-served basis. A confirmation email will be sent to those who are guaranteed space.

If you have any questions, please contact the office at (530) 662-6316.

Booth Registration Form

Yolo County Farm Bureau Booth Exhibits 2019

UC Cal Fresh Nutrition Progam
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agriculture Detection Demonstration
Yolo County Farm Bureau's create your own bookmark booth!
Bayer Crop Science
Young Farmer's and Ranchers working the YCFB Crop Trivia booth.
Bayer Crop Science
Dairy Council of California
U.S. Forest Service
Golden Valley 4-H Club robotics demonstrations
HM Clause giving away seedlings
Sheriff's Department Marine Patrol and OHV display
Syngenta Seeds
Master Gardeners using plants to create stamps
UC Davis Bohart Museum of Entomology
Woodland Community College teaching students about how chocolate is created from pod to bar!
Local FFA volunteers showing students how wheat kernel is separated from the rest of the plant.
Students learning how to start a water siphon.
Differences between green and dried wheat.
California Wool Growers Association
Yolo Farm to Fork
Woodland Fire Department
Yolo Food Bank sharing fresh produce with students!
Yolo Farm to Fork
Yolo Food Bank
Students grinding wheat to make flour.
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