Farm-City Week, which recognizes the “beneficial partnerships between rural and urban communities that make our food supply safe and plentiful,” is set for Nov. 14-21. / Courtesy Florida Farm Bureau, 2017

Farm-City Week is set for Nov. 14-21, 2018. The Florida Farm Bureau (FFB) says, “This week is used to celebrate and recognize the beneficial partnerships between rural and urban communities that make our food supply safe and plentiful.”

The FFB has created a Farm-City Week Toolkit with sample templates, social-media logos and event ideas to help plan your area’s Farm-City Week celebration.


To download the 20-page 2018 Farm-City Week Communications Toolkit (a .pdf file), visit http://www.floridafarmbureau.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Farm-City-Week-Communications-Toolkit-2018rev.pdf.

To see last year’s Farm-City Week events across Florida, visit www.floridafarmbureau.org/farm-city-week-events.

To request a high-resolution version of any of the logos or for design assistance, contact Rachael Smith in the Florida Farm Bureau’s Public Relations Division ([email protected]). Only requests made on or before Nov. 9 can be guaranteed.

Share your Farm-City Week celebration. Email photos of your week — also include a brief write-up — to [email protected] FFB will include stories on its social-media channels and website.

For more information on the Florida Farm Bureau, visit www.floridafarmbureau.org.

To post your Farm-City Week event under Florida Food & Farm‘s “Events” listings, please visit floridafoodandfarm.com/events/community/add.