Dickson provides an updates on progress towards establishing long-term, sustainable, local, safe food systems based on indoor farming.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Robert Colangelo, founding farmer and CEO of Green Sense Farms, the world’s largest commercial indoor vertical farm.
Dickson defines the term ‘vertical farm’: a high-tech greenhouse that is stacked on top of itself, transforming it into a multi-story growing space.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Professor Joel Cuello about his work on engineering of sustainable biological and agricultural innovations, including bioregenerative space life support, crop hydroponics, plant tissue culture, micropropagation, and industrial mass production of algae and plant cell and microbial cultures.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Professor Gene Giacomelli about his work on controlled environment plant production systems research, design, development and applications.
Dickson and Vincent speak with architect Clare Miflin about biomimicry – innovation inspired by nature – and environmentally sound building practices.
Dickson and Vincent speak with architect Gregory Kiss about how to build self-sustaining urban buildings.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Ed and Danielle Horton from Urban Produce, which uses a high-density vertical indoor growing system which they hope to implement all over the world.
Dickson and Vincent review recent developments in indoor farming, and catch up with the backlog of listener questions and comments.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Caleb Harper about the Open Agriculture initiative at the MIT Media Lab.
Dickson and Vincent review recent entrants into the growing discipline of urban agriculture.
Dickson and Vincent speak with the founders of Vertical Harvest, an indoor farm in Jackson, Wyoming.
Dickson and Vincent visit AeroFarms, an indoor farm in Newark, NJ and speak with Chief Science Officer Ed Harwood and Chief Marketing Officer Mark Oshima.
Dickson and Vincent meet with Henry Gordon-Smith, founder of Agritecture and board member of the Association for Vertical Farming.
Dickson and Vincent talk with Dan Albert, founder of Farmbox Greens, a commercial urban farm in Seattle, Washington.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Paul Hardej, founder of Farmed Here, a commercial vertical farm in Chicago, Illinois.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Chris and Paul of Illumitex to learn about their revolutionary approach to designing horticultural LED lighting.
Dickson and Vincent read listener email about urban agriculture, hydroponics, aquaponics, underground vertical farms, climate change, and more.
Dickson and Vincent speak with Milan and Daniel Kluko, owners of Green Spirit Farms, a sustainable vertical farm in New Buffalo, Michigan.
Dickson and Vincent speak with James Cannon, Chief of Horticulture at Green Farms A&M, about how his company produces food indoors.
Dickson and Vincent continue their discussion of the science of indoor farming.
Dickson and Vincent provide an overview of the technologies that allow the practice of indoor farming.
Dickson and Vincent discuss how the vertical farm concept was developed and where it stands today.
Dickson and Vincent talk about why and how farming practices will change.
Dickson and Vincent continue their brief history of farming with a discussion of farming after the Dust Bowl.
Dickson and Vincent discuss the effects of industrialization on the development of farming.
Dickson and Vincent launch their new podcast with a discussion of the early origins of farming.