Jeremy Peaches Stays Rooted
This week, Kimberly sits down with Mississippi-raised, Houston-based urban farmer Jeremy Peaches, who built the largest aquaponics greenhouse in the city. He explains why farming is historically relevant, and why the life of a farmer has its own unique tune. When you think of a farm, you probably picture big fields, overalls, very old McDonald, and rural. But Jeremy is breaking all of those stereotypes and bringing his agricultural expertise into his community to show that, in his words, “agriculture, it is urban, it is Black.”For more information about Plant It Forward Farms, visit plantitforward.farm For transcriptions, please visit pineapple.fm/your-attention-please.
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About The Show
What does excellence look like? Join us as host Kimberly Drew gets to know Black visionaries who are defining the future and inspiring the world. The official podcast for Hulu's Your Attention Please.