Attend the Inaugural Ag on the Mall Event in Washington, D.C. on March 21-22
ARLINGTON, Virginia – U.S. Wheat Associates (USW), the North American Millers’ Association (NAMA), and the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) are joining the inaugural Celebration of Modern Agriculture on the National Mall near the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) headquarters on Monday, March 21 and Tuesday, March 22 (National Ag Day). The event will showcase America’s equipment manufacturers, farmers, ranchers, and agriculture innovators on the cutting-edge of science and technology.
USW, NAMA, and NAWG will host a booth that tells the story of wheat production, from field to flour and wheat foods’ final destinations around the world. The booth will include an interactive tabletop display and trivia.
During the event, leaders from all three organizations will be available to speak with media about their organizations’ participation in the event and how America’s farmers, ranchers, and growers are sustainably providing for a growing world.
Celebration of Modern Agriculture on the National Mall
Monday, March 21, 2022, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET and Tuesday, March 22, 2022,
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET
On the National Mall, near the Smithsonian Metro and outside the USDA Headquarters between the Smithsonian Museums.
USW, NAMA, and NAWG will be located at Booth 28. View the event map here.
Access a virtual press room with additional materials from USW, NAMA, and NAWG here.
NAWG: Mariah Wollweber, email@example.com
NAMA: Sarah Hubbart, firstname.lastname@example.org
USW: Amanda Spoo, email@example.com
U.S. Wheat Associates’ (USW) mission is to “develop, maintain, and expand international markets to enhance wheat’s profitability for U.S. wheat producers and its value for their customers.” USW activities in more than 100 countries are made possible through producer checkoff dollars managed by 17 state wheat commissions and cost-share funding provided by USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service. USW maintains 15 offices strategically located around the world to help wheat buyers, millers, bakers, wheat food processors and government officials understand the quality, value and reliability of all six U.S. wheat classes. For more information, visit www.uswheat.org.