America’s Heartland marked its 10th season this month. The latest episode of the national, weekly show on American agriculture featured a segment on preserving the building blocks of our food supply. Viewers met “men and women striving to protect genetic material in plants and animals” at the USDA, ARS, National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colorado. The installment also took a look at sunflower seed research in North Dakota, a profile of a California tomato farmer and soil improvements.ASA is proud to be a promotional partner of America’s Heartland, which can be seen nationwide on PBS affiliates, RFD-TV and now on FamilyNet. You can find out more about America’s Heartland by clicking here.