Valuable and necessary to the success of the changing landscape of agriculture… or an abused form of cheap labor that helps some farms appear more profitable than they really are…
That’s what we are talking about today on The Urban Farmer with Curtis Stone
With the 2017 season underway, we’ll be widening the scope. Not only going beyond Curtis and the urban farmer, but also beyond the urban farm.
This year Curtis and I will take a step back zooming out from the tools and techniques and his one third of an acre farm, to take a look at some of the macro issues surrounding agriculture.
Each of our episodes will look at a difference topic that all are touched by the common thread of how do we scale this movement, and what does that look like in the future.
It’s a year of farming small and farming smart, but thinking big.
Today, we are going to start out by taking a look at interns and farms. What’s good, what’s bad, and what could be improved upon.
It’s an issue that’s really relevant and timely, because it’s one that Curtis is dealing with right now, doing something that I never, ever, thought he would do, get an intern.
Let’s find out why, in this episode of The Urban Farmer.[gap size=”75px”] [x_audio_embed][/x_audio_embed] [gap size=”25px”]
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