Created with Sketch.
The Tomorrow Farm
29 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
6: Pink Tomatoes & Petite Peppers: Innovating for Taste and Nutrition
What did you last eat? And why? Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone. After all, it’s not entirely up to you. The food that ends up on our plate is the result of global trade dynamics, cultural norms, seasonality, marketing, thousands of years of plant breeding, and personal tastes. And it’s all constantly changing. In this episode, we discover how nutrition evolves over time, and how crop science keeps up.
24 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
5. City Food: The Vertical Farms Growing Produce Next Door
In this episode, we talk to a wide range of guests about the innovation that drives vertical farming, the sustainability challenges it addresses, and the advances in plant breeding that could take large-scale indoor agriculture into the mainstream.
43 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
3. Let’s Talk About the Thing We’re All Talking About: Sustainability
Sustainability is in the news, it’s in our politics, it’s in our hamburgers. And, of course, it’s on our farms. But how does the sustainability conversation sound around the world? Sustainability seems to be everywhere. In episode three, we talk to those making sure it works for everyone.
31 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
4. Designing the Needle: How Gene Editing Can Transform Our Health and Planet
Our first three episodes explored the changing climate, the digital revolution, and our fluid understanding of what “sustainability” really means—and requires. The common thread? Change may just be the most consistent thing in human history.
34 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
2. Shoebox Satellites and Pocket Computers: The Future of the Farm
“The Digital Revolution.” You’ve heard of it. Everyone has, perhaps so many times that the words have lost their meaning. But the advent and explosion of the Internet — and the way it has transformed the way we live, work, and even eat — is no less remarkable.
49 minutes | Jun 17, 2020
1. Poo, Worms and The Fight Against Climate Change
We contribute to climate change every day by emitting carbon dioxide. But some of us have chosen to farm it. New technologies and agricultural practices are helping farmers devise new solutions for climate change.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021