In food deserts and in climates with short growing seasons, the wave of the future may well be found in greenhouses. Within the controlled environment of a greenhouse, growers can produce yields of salad greens, strawberries, tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables.
The future of food includes greenhouses, vertical gardening, hydroponics, aquaponics and other urban horticultural practices that can deliver better quality food with fewer chemicals and less water.
At Pickens Technical College in Aurora, Colorado, the new head of the department, Sam Shroyer, is leading the charge. Learn more in my feature published by The Denver Post.