14 Feb 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Agricultural History Society. The Society was founded in Washington, DC “to promote the interest, study and research in the history of agriculture.” The Society interprets this mission broadly, as creating a conversation about the key political, economic, environmental, and social issues surrounding agriculture without geographic, temporal, or methodological constraints. The AHS strives to build a discourse that cuts across historical sub-disciplines and draws in insights from the full range of social, biological, and environmental sciences. The Society will officially celebrate its 100th at its meeting in Washington, DC 5-8 June. Further information can be found here.