Who’s going to get the farm? And what will they do with it?
Will your future plans for your land create harmony or strife for your family?
Have you even started to think that far ahead?
See Map of my Kingdom — a drama exploring issues surrounding farmland transition. The one-person play, by Mary Swander and commissioned by Practical Farmers of Iowa, will be screened at Chatterbox Brews in Tekamah, Nebraska on Sunday, Feb. 13 at 2:00pm. Participants may opt to view the play and be part of the Q & A online. The event is sponsored by the Center for Rural Affairs.
The compelling one-hour play tells farmers’ stories, hopes and challenges. Audience members will learn about farmland transition, why it’s important to begin thinking about it, and how to start conversations about this potentially sensitive issue.
Join the Center for Rural Affairs for a screening of Map of my Kingdom, featuring actor Cora Vander Broek, with an introduction, talkback and Q & A by award-winning author and playwright Swander.
The Center recommends that all participants wear face masks at indoor events.
Questions? Contact Cait Caughey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.380.5192. Chatterbox Brews is located at 203 S. 13th St. in Tekamah.
The project is funded by a U.S. Department of Agriculture Beginning Farmer and Rancher grant. There is no charge to attend.