UNION CITY, TN – Aug. 5, 2019 – Discovery Park of America will open “AgriCulture: Innovating for Our Survival,” an exhibit on agricultural innovation, Oct. 22, 2020. in the 8,900-square-foot building that currently houses the museum and heritage park’s tractor barn.
When opened, the exhibit will include sections on past farming innovations that changed the world, careers in agriculture, modern tools used by farmers today, an exploration of how enough food, fiber and fuel will be provided to meet the needs of a growing population and more. Additionally, the exhibit will explore issues including animal welfare, chemicals, GMOs, organics and sustainability.
“AgriCulture: Innovating for Our Survival” is made possible by The Tennessee Soybean Promotion Council, The Robert E. and Jenny D. Kirkland Foundation and The University of Tennessee at Martin.
For more information, visit www.DiscoveryParkofAmerica.com/Agriculture.
About Discovery Park of America
The mission of Discovery Park of America, a premier world-class museum and 50-acre heritage park located in Union City, Tennessee, is to inspire children and adults to see beyond. Included is a 100,000-square-foot museum featuring 9 interactive exhibit galleries with additional space for temporary exhibits from around the world and a 50-acre heritage park. Discovery Park of America is a 501(c)(3) public charity funded by generous individuals, corporations and foundations including its principal funder, the Robert E. and Jenny D. Kirkland Foundation. For more information, visit DiscoveryParkofAmerica.com, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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