February 21, 2017
Sustainability. Sustainability. Sustainability.
It's a topic that is on the tip of many tongues and debated
across an array of industries, especially on buses.
The real question, though, one that we often forget to ask.
What can I personally do, engender a sustainable planet?
This week's guest Joseph Skipper - who also goes by the nickname
Cricket Guy - literally quit his job one day to farm Crickets.
His reasoning? A deep inner yearning to farm coupled with a
desire to create a viable impact on our planet. He is now owner of Seginus Farms
@seginusfarms, first urban cricket farm in Florida devoted exclusively to raising human-grade entomological products
Joe recognized that crickets are a sustainable and healthy
source of protein just now starting to be eaten in
The United States. Outside of the U.S. crickets are eaten by billions of people
as both a major source of protein and a delicacy. He wants
to capitalize on a potentially huge growing market while also creating
a positive environmental impact.
In this episode, we talk all things bugs. Heck, we even eat
a few on air. Joe talks insect eating regulations, their
in Detroit. Among other things - this conversation obviously
becomes a great one about nutritional hacking.
You can find out more @seginusfarms and you can also purchase
is a good article to learn about the power of cricket protein or visit Grubbly Farms
the company from Forbes 30 under 30 positively
impacting the chicken feed industry.
Since we are on a role here with alternative nutrition and medicine.
World explores how CBD oil provides health hacks.
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