is difficult … and farming under water even more so!
helps to explain why the oyster industry has remained stagnant for nearly 40 years
as mitigating factors of tides, barnacles, weather, and disease, have turned
oyster farming into an alchemy difficult to teach, and even more difficult to
an oyster farmer with 15 years’ experience under his waders, Ewan McAsh, has
launched SmartOysters, an app-based platform for oyster farmers to streamline
their own unique aquaculture practice and scale production to unprecedented
levels, lower the price of oysters to consumers and maximise export
AmpleHarvest.org is a unique American resource that is eliminating the waste of food using the internet. This enables 61 million Americans who grow food to easily donate their excess harvest. They bring their fresh food to one of 8,731 registered local food pantries nationwide. These food pantries help nourish the one out of six Americans (including a quarter of all kids under six).Read more here: https://ampleharvest.org
Drive around Napa or the Central Valley of California during the pandemic . You would wonder how several wineries survived with no tourists and their tasting room shuttered.What has come out of the pandemic for local wineries in California is a global reach. Virtual tours of vineyards, online classes with wine tastings and wine making, and popular Zoom happy hours are just a few innovations that will most likely not be given up as the wineries reopen.