World Ag Expo



The World Ag Expo takes place every year in February in Tulare, California, plays host to thousands of vendors and participants and is the largest annual agriculture exposition in the world. The World Ag Expo began in 1968 and was held at the Tulare County Fairgrounds. The first show had 157 exhibitors and 28,000 attendees and has grown each year. 

College of the Sequoias Ag Ambassadors  are among a group of agriculture programs from the University of California Davis (UCD), Cal State University Fresno (CSUF), California Polytechnic University (Cal Poly), and others that maintains a fun, educational and informational booth.  

 In addition, the COS Student Ag Council operates two food booths within the grounds of the Expo. This event is the major fundraiser for the Ag Council during the year and students representing all areas of study volunteer their time. This is also an opportunity for students from different areas of Ag study to meet and work alongside each other for a goal that benefits all students in the program.


The show gives students the opportunity to see first hand the latest innovations in production agriculture and meet face-to-face with the people directly responsible for those innovations. Students are able to attend specialized presentations and seminars during the show as well. This is another valuable method by which agriculture students are able to enhance their learning experience while attending College of the Sequoias.































Last Updated: 1/25/2018 12:54 PM