Welcome to The Good Dirt, Episode 25!
Mary and Emma sit down with Kip and Angelique, the founders of Smarter by Nature – an urban and rural farming business serving the community in Tallahassee, Florida. Their goal is to provide fresh produce and opportunities for economic sustainability through education as well as to take care of the soil and protect the natural environment. Kip and Angelique share their challenges, methods and aspirations for the future.
Listen to our conversation below!
1:30 – Catch- up with Mary and Emma
6:20 – Introducing Kip and Angelique
Now let’s get into the interview!
9:36 – K&A introduce their business
14:56 – K&A’s role as regenerative farmers
20:00 – Guiding principles of Smarter by Nature
25:00 – The magic of mycelium
30:00 – How to check the minerals in your soil
38:25 – Smarter by Nature’s business model
44:00 – Permaculture and microclimates
48:00 – Transitioning a food desert into an oasis
52:00 – Applying sustainability in every aspect of life
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