Urban Ag with Agritecture

Thursday, June 1, 2023  •  Episode 98

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Urban agriculture is the act of farming in urban settings with the focus of cultivating food crops for human needs. Agritecture was developed as an advisory service to help farmers all over the world develop climate smart agriculture in urban and controlled environment agriculture. On this week's episode to kick off the summer 2023 series, Deepak and Katie met with Henry Gordon Smith, founder and CEO of Agritecture to  learn more about the role of urban agriculture in specialty crop production.  Tune into this week's episode to hear more about how Agritecture designs, develops, and implements solutions for sustaining agriculture in Urban settings.   

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Deepak Ghimire
host Deepak Ghimire
Katie Bathke
host Katie Bathke
Henry Gordon Smith
guest Henry Gordon Smith
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E-mail: henry@agritecture.com 



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