A portrait of Bruce Selyem, photographer and founder of The Country Grain Elevator Historical Society, and his passion for preserving the memories of a relic that is rapidly disappearing from our rural landscape. Bruce has logged hundreds of thousands of miles to catalog over 80,000 photos of 4100 grain elevators in 34 states and provinces. Join us for “Sentinel of the Plains” and get to know more about Bruce and his passion.
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