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Alpha Zeta Brothers in Action!

Alpha Zeta Brothers in Action!

From international travel to aiding the agriculture industry past graduation, our brothers have made a difference inside and outside the Central Valley.

Sunday, October 1, 2017/Author: Alexis Ford/Number of views (248)/Comments (0)/
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Friday, April 28, 2017/Author: Ashlyn Britt/Number of views (700)/Comments (0)/
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Alpha Zeta Presents Science in Agricultre

Alpha Zeta Presents Science in Agricultre

Chico March For Science

Alpha Zeta Presents Science in Agriculture
Sunday, April 23, 2017/Author: Patricia Garcia/Number of views (505)/Comments (0)/
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NC Chapter Brings Farm Animals to Local Preschool

NC Chapter Brings Farm Animals to Local Preschool

On Thursday April 13th, the North Carolina Chapter put on our annual Preschool Farm Animal Day. This is where the brothers bring various animals to a local preschool for the children to see and pet.
Friday, April 14, 2017/Author: Audrey Earnhardt/Number of views (409)/Comments (0)/
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NC Chapter concludes another successful Agriculture Awareness Week

NC Chapter concludes another successful Agriculture Awareness Week

From March 19th through the 23rd, the North Carolina Chapter held our annual Agriculture Awareness Week right in the middle of campus. There were animals for students to see and plenty of activities for the community to be a part of. This very large event was quite a success and we are already in the works of getting ready for the next Agriculture Awareness Week next year.
Thursday, April 13, 2017/Author: Audrey Earnhardt/Number of views (410)/Comments (0)/
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North Carolina recounts their version of NALC

North Carolina recounts their version of NALC

The North Carolina chapter and many other chapters came together in Stillwater, Oklahoma March 9th-11th for our annual National Agricultural Leadership Conference.
Saturday, April 8, 2017/Author: Audrey Earnhardt/Number of views (294)/Comments (0)/
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Dudley Farm Living History Presentation

Staff at the Dudley Farm in Newberry Florida came to speak to UF AZ today, March 14, during our regular chapter hours. Brothers were interested in the agricultural methods used to manage the farm because they only use agricultural methods and tools from the time period between 1880-1930. Staff on the farm aim to preserve the historic pioneer lifestyle and the simple, yet effective farming and cooking techniques that our ancestors depended on. The three living history actors and land managers that we had the pleasure to speak with emphasized the importance of history, heritage, and knowing where you come from. Their talk was truly inspiring and we look forward to finding volunteer service opportunities to assist in the management of Dudley Farm and the preservation of agricultural history.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017/Author: Ann Kennedy/Number of views (263)/Comments (0)/
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Tapping trees in Western New York

Tapping trees in Western New York

On Saturday February 11th, several members of the Cornell Chapter of Alpha Zeta traveled to western New York to learn about and tapping trees and maple production.  Participants were hosted by active Justin Dye whose family runs a maple business in South Dayton, New York. 

Tuesday, March 7, 2017/Author: Lauren Fessler/Number of views (426)/Comments (0)/
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Ag ExtravAGanza

Ag ExtravAGanza

On Tuesday December 6th and Wednesday December 7th, 2016 the Cornell Chapter of Alpha Zeta made an appearance on the Cornell Campus reaching out to the public to inform them about the variety and importance of agriculture.  Members of the Fraternity hosted Ag ExtravAGanza in two separate locations on campus to interact with the public offering free samples of apples, honey, and maple products along with general information about agriculture as part of the ongoing effort to promote agriculture.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017/Author: Lauren Fessler/Number of views (374)/Comments (0)/
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Cranberry Harvesting with Alumni

Cranberry Harvesting with Alumni

On Friday, October 28th, 2016 members of the Cornell Chapter of Alpha Zeta traveled to East Taunton, Massachusetts where they teamed up with several Alumni and members of the public to learn about and help harvest cranberries in a bog owned by AZ Cornell Alumni William McCaffrey and family.

Monday, March 6, 2017/Author: Lauren Fessler/Number of views (356)/Comments (0)/
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