Earth Day represents a time to focus on the greater good of our planet.
Many across the world are reminded to recycle, plant trees, respect nature and most importantly reduce our carbon footprint. The first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970. This year Earth Day celebrates its 50th Anniversary.
For agriculture, Earth Day is every day. Our farmers work hard at being good stewards of the land and protecting natural resources. Their work is necessary for continued success of farms and ranches. On earth day and every day farm credit appreciates our farmer’s dedication in caring for the land to ensure its bountiful production sustains us for future generations to come.