Heading to Washington, D.C. this summer? Make sure to stop by the National Museum of American History’s newest exhibit called “American Enterprise”. The exhibit highlights the role of innovation and business in building America from the mid-1700s to today, and obviously a big part of that story is the role of agriculture. The soy checkoff committed financial support to the exhibit to educate visitors on the importance of agriculture to our nation’s history, as well as to help tell the story of modern agriculture. It tackles challenging subjects like biotechnology, animal agriculture and water consumption, and provides a forum where people can get accurate facts about these issues.