Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Field Day

Aug 20, 2013 admin

The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will be holding its annual Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Field Day on Friday, March 7th and Saturday, March 8th, 2014. This field day is open to FFA and 4-H high school students from California and surrounding states. These high school students come to Davis to compete in 24 different agriculturally based judging contests, ranging from livestock judging to agriculture computer applications. UC Davis students from a variety of majors coordinate the contests. Faculty and staff in CA&ES serve as advisors for these contests.

For questions about registration or how to become involved, contact the 2014 Field Day Coordinators, Kiah Twisselman and Amanjot Kaur, at [email protected] or 530-752-0922.

This year we will be hosting these Contests.

All rules about contests can be found at:


  • December 2nd - Online Registration opens.
  • February 7thAgriscience Fair and Job Interview materials due and online registration closed.
  • February 14thPayments must be postmarked – A $25 late fee for payments postmarked after this date will be enforced.


2014 Information


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