Farm-City Week Highlights Partnerships Between Farmers and Their Communities

farm-city_rgb_72Farm-City Week is celebrated the week leading up to Thanksgiving: Nov. 18-25, 2020. This week is used to celebrate and recognize the beneficial partnerships between rural and urban communities that make our food supply safe and plentiful.

We have created a Farm-City Week Toolkit containing sample templates, social media graphics and event ideas to help get you started as you plan your Farm-City Week celebration. 

NEW TOOLKIT with freshened social media graphics!

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 2020
It’s #FarmCityWeek! We can’t wait to celebrate the relationships  and contributions of those who make our food supply strong! For more information on #FarmCityWeek, including ideas on how to celebrate, visit:

Farm-City Week









THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 2020
Farmers + Consumers = Strong Communities! Happy Farm-City Week! (insert impact of ag stat for your county)! #FarmCityWeek

Strong Communities









FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 2020
Happy Farm-City Week! We’re celebrating farmers, consumers, shippers, packers, scientists and everyone in between who makes an abundant food supply possible! #FarmCityWeek

Thank You









SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 2020
From Farm to City there are countless contributors along the food supply chain. Let’s celebrate them all! Farm-City Week is Nov. 18-25. #FarmCityWeek









SUNDAY, NOV. 22, 2020
Florida’s farmers and ranchers are the first stewards of natural resources. For agriculture to thrive, both rural and urban areas must commit to protecting our natural resources and diverse ecosystems. #FarmCityWeek #ThisFarmCARES

Farmers & Ranchers









MONDAY, NOV. 23, 2020
Florida agriculture, natural resource and food industries employ more than two million individuals and annually contributes $146 billion to Florida’s economy. #FarmCityWeek










TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 2020
#DYK that as a consumer, you are helping to sustain farms by purchasing quality foods, fibers and renewable resources? The collaborative partnerships between farmers and consumers help maintain our standard of living. #FarmCityWeek #TuesdayTrivia










WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 2020
The Thanksgiving season is a time when many Americans gather with their families and reflect upon many blessings. One of those blessings is a nutritious and diverse food supply produced by our farmers and ranchers. #ThankYou for continuing to keep America fed. #FarmCityWeek #GratitudeMonth



Download NEW Social Media Graphics and Farm-City Week Logos: Click here.

To request a high resolution version of any of the logos or for design assistance, please contact Rachael Smith in our Public Relations division.

Share your Farm-City Week celebration! Email photos of your special week and a brief write-up to and we will include stories on our social media channels and website.

Use #FarmCityWeek on social media when talking about your Farm-City Week events!

See sample Farm-City Week events from across the state!