“We’re looking at things that impact the future and we were thinking about doing a show on the future of food. I did a search about new ways to grow food and aquaponics comes up,” Jones said.
Getting younger individuals involved in the alternative farming movement is important to grow the exposure. The educational programs at Randolph Community College are one of many examples of the necessity for new experiences and classroom sessions that incorporate advanced techniques in farming. Many schools and universities are taking it upon themselves to expand these options for students. This is extremely representative of the upstream concepts of growing job markets and industries. Check out the video below for an interesting look at the program.