Food is a pretty fundamental part of life. The history of the world is often defined by its farming systems, and today’s world seems defined by expensive, un-nutritious monocrops; often genetically modified to require the very chemicals that have destroyed their nutritional value. Increasingly, people are turning to urban farming, to once again grow their own food in a effort to save money, and provide a nutritious alternative to today’s commercial food systems.
Join host, Bob Grove, and guests to discuss the growth of Urban Farming. Guests include:
- Mark Gawron, Cultivate KC
- Mike Rollen, Ophelia’s Blue Vine Farm
- Stan Slaughter, Missouri Organic Recycling
- Jennifer Fink, Kansas City Community Gardens
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