Since its inception in 1999, the Association of Agrometeorologists (AAM) has been expanding in all the directions with its life members exceeding 1700. Association has been able to reach not only to meteorological and agrometeorological communities but also amongst a wide spectrum of scientists across the globe of allied fields such as agronomy, soil science, horticulture, entomology, plant pathology, agricultural engineering, plant physiology, ecology, agricultural statistics, environmental sciences, plant breeding, animal sciences etc.
Association operates its activities from its HQ office at Department of Agricultural Meteorology, Anand Agricultural University Anand, Gujarat, India with its 17 sub branch offices called chapters functioning at Hisar, Ludhiana, Pune, Hyderabad, Mohanpur, Pantnagar, Coimbatore, New Delhi, Jammu, Faizabad, Raipur, Thrissur, Parbhani, Bihar, Bhopal, Meerut and Kashmir spread across the country.. The Association has been organizing the national and international seminars on different themes of current interest and publishes Journal of Agrometeorology (ISSN 0972-1665) regularly since 1999, which is being indexed in most of the scientific indexing services and now it has impact factor of 0.644 and NAAS score of 6.64 for year 2020.
To encourage education and research in the field related to agrometeorology, Association has instituted various awards viz. Best Ph. D. Thesis; Best M. Sc. Thesis, Young Scientist and Best Paper. Association confers Fellowships and Honorary Fellowships upon renowned scientists for their life time achievements and contribution in the field of Agricultural Meteorology and allied sciences, in addition to felicitating the retired agrometeorologists regularly. Association also plans to conduct outreach activiities for farmers and public.