Colorado Ag Council
Ag Day at the Capitol - March 24th. 2021 - Return survey by March 17th, 2021
Colorado Ag Day at the Capitol
The Colorado Ag Council has received some suggestions on how to produce national Ag Week at the State Capitol. With some commodities holding special activities and receiving separate Governor proclamations, this survey will assist us in developing a week long plan that can be be published and distributed to media sources. Please complete this survey to give us a better picture of the activities you will be implementing during the week. All of the information collected will be collected and place in a database for promotion of your organization. Please submit all information, even if you have not planned for an individual event or activity, so that it may be used in Colorado Ag Council promotions.
Name of Ag Organization
Mission of your Organization
Street Address Line 2
State / Province
Postal / Zip Code
Phone Number (To Be Published)
Cell Phone Number (Not Published)
Website information (Could be Published)
Please Upload your organization's logo (Could be Published)
The Colorado Ag Council will be providing each Legislator with a crafted Colorado menu lunch to include: “Colorado Bean Salad” loaded with Pueblo Colorado Green Chili’s and Colorado Corn, add Sweet Red Onion- all ingredients featuring Colorado Proud and Colorado AG products!!!Colorado Potato growers/producers a "Classic Potato salad”, baked goods highlighted on Colorado food network aiming for also adding "Noosa yogurt”. menu is still being developed. This will include a sandwich choice Beef, Ham, Turkey or Veggie. As a member of the Ag Council do you like this idea?
Type a question
The Colorado Ag Council is planning an educational program using Zoom Meetings to highlight commodities.Your commodity group will be responsible for conducting the segment offered, which should be about 4-7 minutes to include mission, membership information, history and purpose. This is designed to be educational in nature and will be recorded for future use for educating the public online. The Colorado Ag Department will be working with the Council to promote this program and will use the content to promote your group. Will you participate in this Ag Week Program?
Since some ag organization/groups are planning to have individual activities during Ag Week, we would like to include and promote the entire week of activities in a program of activities during Ag Week this will be given to the Legislators. Please list the activities your organization will be implementing during Ag Week and any other proclamations that you have received.
If you have promotional information for your Ag Week activities, please upload.
Would your Organization/Group like to participate with an item to be placed in a legislator's Recognition Bag? You will need 120 of each item. NO PERISHABLE items. items will need to be received by March 22nd, 2021
Would your Organization/Group like to participate with an item to be placed in a legislator's Recognition Bag? You will need 120 of each item. NON PERISHABLE items only. Items will need to be received by March 22nd, 2021, Delivery place and time will be determined soon.
Please list the activities that you feel we should try to include in 2021 or 2022.
Thank you for Your Input and Suggestions!
The Colorado Ag Council realizes that there are many important issues and concerns that seem to place barriers in our way that inhibit our full attention informing others on the importance of the work accomplished in Colorado agriculture. Our heritage of Ag Day at the Capitol provides us the positive and informative opportunity to work together and achieve the awareness that is so needed when making decisions that affect all of us directly. Please have this information completed by March 17th and we’ll report on the results at our next Colorado Ag Council Meeting, March 17th, 12:PM (Virtual). Bill Scebbi, Ag Council Chair
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