Distributed Farming for a Fresher Future: Will urban agriculture disrupt the supply chain as it scales?
Urban farming is on the rise globally with entrepreneurs and investors embracing technology-enabled year-round production systems. These models do more than just grow fresh produce but their main disruption is actually distribution itself. What are the models that exist today and what could the future hold for local and urban production and food supply? Will it scale and what are the main obstacles preventing it from becoming the new normal? Global urban agriculture expert Henry Gordon-Smith (Agritecture) will answer questions about this emerging transformation of local food with frank answers, specific examples, and future thinking.
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