An exciting new exhibition has opened at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum! The “Innovators in Agriculture” exhibition portrays an era that revolutionized agriculture. It features historic equipment, smaller artifacts, historic photos, murals, large-screen videos, and interactive touch-screen displays. “Innovators in Agriculture” tell the stories of the families and innovations connected with six crops identified with the county: fresh produce “truck farming,” kidney beans, asparagus, cherries, processing tomatoes, and walnuts. “Opening this exhibition is a great way to kick off the celebration of the Museum’s 50th year,” said Dave Stuart, Director of the San Joaquin County Historical Society. “We are very proud of San Joaquin County’s rich agricultural heritage and this new, state-of-the-art exhibition that tells many fascinating stories of our agricultural roots.” This exhibition is a wonderful attraction for the whole family! Whether you’re the person who reads the history books cover to cover or the one who just skims for photos, you’ll find this series fascinating. The new “Innovators in Agriculture” exhibition may be enjoyed during regular museum hours. Plan your visit to Lodi today!