Indiana Farmers Union and Dugger Family Farm Partner to Host ‘Farmers For America’ Film Screening and Celebration
Indiana Farmers Union and Holler on the Hill invite you to a very special screening of the highly acclaimed ‘Farmers For America’ documentary at Dugger Family Farm in Morristown, IN. The community event will take place Saturday, August 18 (tonight) from 5 to 10 p.m. and features live music from Indianapolis-based Shelby County Sinners and potluck pitch-in dinner. This end-of-the-summer harvest season celebration is free and open to the public, just bring a dish for the pitch-in.
The evening provides guests with an opportunity to eat together, enjoy local music and to learn more about the state of agriculture today. ‘Farmers For America’ is a documentary created to celebrate and inspire the next generation of American Farmers. The average U.S. farmer is 60 years of age, meaning half of Indiana’s farmland is going to change hands in the next 12 years. ‘Farmers For America’ tells the story, as narrated by Mike Rowe, of young folks who are stepping up and into the taken-for-granted blue-collar job that keeps society functioning – farming. Be sure to check out the ‘Farmers For America’ trailer and visit the leave it better website to learn more about the documentary and team who worked hard to bring this story to life.
Holler On The Hill is proud to support Dugger Family Farms and Indiana Farmers Union as an official festival nonprofit partner. We encourage you to partake in this wonderful – and free – community gathering tonight. Holler On The Hill’s founder and team are joining in on the celebration, we hope to see you there, too!
Who: Indiana Farmers Union members and the general public are invited to attend
When: Saturday, August 18 from 5 to 10 p.m.
Where: 6559 E 1200 N, Morristown, IN 46161 – for directions, go to
Cost: Free; please bring a potluck dinner item to share
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