The History Of the Hellenic Agricultural Academy
The Agricultural Academy of Greece (A.A.G.) was founded in early 2002 and immediately acquired membership in the Union of Agricultural Academies of Food and Environment of Europe (U.E.A.A.). The founding members of the A.A.G. numbered 21 and came from diverse scientific backgrounds including agriculture, forestry, veterinary science, food and the environment.

The first President elected to the A.A.G. was Professor Emeritus of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Prof. George Terzidis and its Vice-President, Prof. Spyros Kyritsis of the Agricultural University of Athens who assumed the presidency during the years 2004-2006. The Vice-President then elected was Prof. Pantoussis Kaltsikis who took over the presidency during the years 2006-2008 with Vice-President Prof. Emmanuel Rogdakis. Prof. Emmanuel Rogdakis was President for the years 2008-2010 with Vice-President Professor Emeritus Alexandros Poulovasilis.

For the years 2012-2014 Professor Emeritus Spiridon Kyritsis was President and Vice-president was Professor Emeritus Themistokles Lekkas.

For the term 2014-2016 president is Professor Emeritus Themistokles Lekkas and Vice-Presidents Professor Emeritus Spiridon Kyritsis and Professor Emeritus Sofia Efstratoglou. The headquarters of the Agricultural Academy of Greece (A.A.G.) are located at the Agricultural University of Athens.