AMERICA’S COWBOY TRENT LOOS VISITS SCHOOLS’ AG FAIR
Trent Loos, agriculture advocate and radio and TV personality, will bridge the gap between urban and rural communities when he visits the
Schools’ Agriculture and Nutrition Fair at Fairplex
Wednesday, April 21
Loos, a sixth-generation farmer with a passion for the rural lifestyle, produces Loos Tales TV (on the Dish Network) and Rural Route radio program. Loos explores rural America and discusses the issues affecting U.S. animal agriculture and food production.
The Ag Fair, produced by the state’s 48th District Agricultural Association, is an agricultural educational fair featuring thousands of individual and classroom entries from hundreds of schools in the greater Los Angeles basin. The fair maintains a year-round agricultural resource center for teachers. More than 1,100 participants are expected at this year’s Ag Fair.
The fair, themed From Seed to Supper, runs April 20 – 24 at Fairplex. Events include Ag Day L.A. in the Big Red Barn, a spelling bee, awards, entertainment, the Dairy Council of California, 68 school gardens and thousands of student and teacher entries such as birdhouses, California missions, horticulture, hydroponics, quilts and more.
A VIP Fair Preview Night is Tuesday, April 20, including teacher awards and special guests
Trent Loos and state Department of Food and Agriculture Secretary A.G. Kawamura.