#EarthDay Being Celebrated by Agriculture

April 22nd is Earth Day. A time when people are reminded to recycle, plant trees, reduce our carbon footprint, and all in all to respect nature.

In agriculture being good stewards of the land and environment are a must for the continued success of farms and ranches around the globe.

That’s why memes on social media like “Earth Day is every day” have been trending today and there has even been a popular hashtag – #EarthDayEveryDay – to help remind consumers what producers do for the planet.

Here is a sampling of some of the social media posts from farmers, ranchers and agriculture organizations across the country:

Inspirational Quotes


Happy Earth day 🌍 🌎 🌏 ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

A post shared by Tara Firma Farms (@tarafirmafarms) on


Lots of “Earth Day, Every Day” Posts


Visual Videos


Farmers and Ranchers in Action


Happy Earth Day! 🌎 Harbes Farms is committed to protecting agricultural land and preserving our family legacy and heritage as farmers. Each year we continue to make strides towards greater stewardship of our precious resources. We use locally sourced compost to enrich and protect the soil quality which minimizes the need for fertilizer, perform crop-rotation and cover cropping which is a method of replenishing the soil's nutrients, utilize reduced tillage farming practices that preserve soil quality and reduces the need for crop inputs, and work closely with Cornell University’s integrated pest management system to grow fresh and healthy produce with a minimum of inputs. 🌽🍅🍉🍑🍎 We've also preserved open space. Harbes Farms has put over 50 acres into conservation easement which ensures that this land will remain undeveloped. 🌳🌱🌲 Do something nice for the Earth today! 😀 #northfork #earthday #earthday2019 #earth #sustainable #farmlife #johndeere #harbesfarm

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Cool Graphics


Pointing Out Work That’s Being Done


Does Earth Day hold any significance to you and your operation? How will you be celebrating your Earth Day? Or is Earth Day just another day to continue the legacy of taking care of the land? Join the discussion in the comments section.