Farmers from around North Dakota are coming together to help educate families on the foods they grow and raise.
CommonGround North Dakota has a mission to make both farmers and ranchers accessible to those who don't know where their food comes from. The group puts those people on their farms so they can experience how it is grown and raised, and to hear the stories of their livelihood.
Back in the 1960's one farmer could feed 26 people, where today just one farmer can feed 155 people. That is thanks to the technology and industry changing, and it's something they share to people through CommonGround.
To see more on how your family can become educated about the food they eat, look to the link to the right of this story.