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Neville Public Museum | Green Bay, WI

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Who will feed us? 

This is the central question of America's next agriculture. 

The average age of the U.S. farmer is 60. 

Half of America's farmland is going change hands in the next 12 years. 

20% of our food is imported. 

This documentary is the story of young people across the country who are stepping up to feed America. 

Farmers For America will be screening five nights in late February in Wisconsin. There will be discussions with the filmmaker and local farmers each night. All the screenings are free. Our goal is to inspire, support and celebrate young farmers in Wisconsin:

Location:

Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Pl, Green Bay, WI 54303

Run of Show:

Light refreshments starting at 5:30.

Film starts at 6pm.

Panel from 7:20-8pm.

Cohosts: Wisconsin Farmers Union, The Rogue Road, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, New Leaf Market, Weston A Price Green Bay

Earlier Event: February 25
University of Wisconsin | Madison, WI
Later Event: February 27
Jensen Center | Amherst, WI