Illinois Farm Bureau explores sustainability on farms with a new documentary

The Illinois Farm Bureau recently debuted a new environmental documentary, Sustaining Our Future: A Farm Family Story, highlighting the state’s collaborative progress in reducing nutrient loss.

The documentary’s producer, Scott Anderson spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender about how Illinois Farm Bureau and the ag community came together for the documentary, the film’s overall message when it comes to nutrient loss, and what viewers can expect.

You can watch it in its entirety tonight at 8 PM Eastern on RFD-TV and the RFD-TV Now App.


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