Recorded Webinar: Growing Things: Case Studies in Interpreting Agriculture

Growing Things: Case Studies in Interpreting Agriculture is an AASLH Continuing Education recorded webinar. This webinar is about successes in linking site-specific and culturally distinct stories to the big topic of agriculture. Farm to fork – Community Supported Agriculture – Locally sourced foods. Any AASLH member can find ways to connect their institution to these hot topics. Presenters in this webinar share their successes in linking site-specific and culturally distinct stories to the big topic of agriculture. They show that place matters, that nature and the environment provide a foundation to interpret farming, and that institutions from historic houses and historical societies to metro parks (rural, urban, and suburban) have the resources to engage their audiences in “agriculture.” Each attendee will have access to the same questions that presenters addressed as they prepared for the webinar. Webinar attendees can use these questions to launch their own agriculture interpretation.

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Growing Things: Case Studies in Interpreting Agriculture
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Open to view video. This AASLH Recorded Webinar shares presenter's successes in linking site-specific and culturally distinct stories to the big topic of agriculture.