The Monroe, Georgia Art Guild will have the opening reception for the Walton County Agricultural Heritage Show, as the organization is looking to examine the history of the sector, The Walton Tribune reported.
According to the news outlet, the show will feature the history of the Deere Acres manufacturing facility, where John Deere products and equipment were made and played a significant role in the agricultural history of the region.
The exhibit will feature a number of artifacts and photos for visitors to look at, as people who have used John Deere equipment will get a chance to see their favorite models in the scope of a largest history.
"This show came together last year while I was talking with Conrad Barnes a past employee of Deere Acres," Bryan Hardman, executive director of the art guild, told the Tribune. "We talked about different collection pieces from advertisement to die cast models of the different manufactured tractors."
The many areas of the U.S. where John Deere equipment is made have played a pivotal role in the expansion of the company, as its reach goes far beyond its Moline, Illinois headquarters.