Wisconsin native and owner of Ag Inspirations Kim Bremmer spoke to those attending this year’s NAMA Fall Conference, instilling the idea that it is important to continue to lead the conversation of agriculture and to do it better.
“The story of agriculture is much bigger than anything that can be put on a label at the grocery store, or can be advertised in a new fancy ad campaign on the television at night,” says Bremmer. “Our story and the success story of American agriculture is so much bigger than that, and we all have to be prepared to better talk about it.”
Bremmer complimented the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance for their efforts and resources, including the recent movie Food Evolution, as well as the group’s Discovering Farmland school curriculum, based on the movie Farmland. With the average consumer four generations removed from the farm, Bremmer says it’s important for the agriculture conversation to happen on both a large scale and in one-on-one conversations.
Listen to Cindy’s interview with Kim Bremmer here: Interview with Kim Bremmer, Ag Inspirations
See NAMA Fall Conference photos here.