Angel Johanek presents

Breakfast at the Barn featuring Kim Bremmer

January 29, 2019 07:30 AM - 09:00 AM @ Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center


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Join us for our second Breakfast at the Barn! Kim Bremmer, Ag Inspirations, will be presenting, "The Talk vs. The Truth About Agriculture". 

It's not bad to question where your food comes from, but how do we base our choices on facts and not fear? With contradicting information about agriculture surrounding us daily, what are we, as consumers, supposed to do? Join Kim for an engaging discussion about sustainability in agriculture and balancing science and emotion from the farm gate to our plates.

Kim is a nationally recognized speaker who started Ag Inspirations with a mission to inspire farmers to tell their stories, connect people to where their food comes from, and represent the great success of American agriculture today. She is passionate about teaching the story of sustainable agriculture and the role of science, technology and innovation in how we grow and raise food. Kim grew up on a dairy farm in north central Wisconsin. She is a mother of two, graduate of UW-Madison and was a dairy nutritionist for 15 years. Kim is an academy member of the National Speaker’s Association, the Wisconsin state coordinator for Common Ground, a regular contributor on Rural Route radio, and is the president of Wisconsin Women for Agriculture. She serves on the Executive Advisory Counsel for the American Dairy Coalition and in the EPA Animal Agriculture Discussion Group. Kim specializes in communication and connecting with everyday consumers AND is a vocal champion of agriculture everywhere she goes…from the grocery store to the airport.

Breakfast buffet beginning at 7:30am with presentation starting at 8am. We request you purchase your tickets ahead of time either online or at our front desk.

**Sponsored by: Investors Community Bank

Breakfast at the Barn featuring Kim Bremmer

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Angel Johanek

With the increasing need to help feed the world’s growing population and with sustainable farming practices dominating many Americans’ conversations about food, nutrition and environmental welfare, more and more people want to know where their food comes from, how it is produced and who is producing it.

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