How is your food made?

Food is a common language that we all share; we all have our favorite meals, deserts, and guilty pleasure snacks. That food didn’t magically appear in a grocery store or on your plate, it was cultivated by the hardworking men and women behind the scenes in the agriculture and food science industries. Join host Trevor Williams as he interviews farmers, ranchers, entrepreneurs, and others to learn about the processes, technology, and science behind food production.

75: Advocating for Science (Rebroadcast with Dr. Kevin Folta) Farm Traveler

Dr. Folta is a professor in the Horticultural Sciences Department and spends his spare time advocating for genetic engineering and bridging the gap between science and consumers. Dr. Folta will tell us about his research, how exactly scientists make GMO crops, issues facing genetic engineering, and the dangers of misinformation with genetic engineering. This is a GREAT episode full of valuable lessons we all should take when it comes to battling misinformation. Subscribe to the Newsletter. Receive a free guide on how YOU can help farmers! Farm Traveler is part of the Waypoint Outdoor Collective, the Podcast Network for the Outdoors-man. Checkout all of the Waypoint Outdoor Collective Podcasts HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  1. 75: Advocating for Science (Rebroadcast with Dr. Kevin Folta)
  2. 74: What Makes A2 Milk Different Than Regular Milk
  3. 73: What Makes Coffee “Fair Trade”?
  4. What I’ve Learned From Season 2
  5. 72: Showcasing the Humanity Behind Farming
  6. 71: The Future of Buying Meat and Learning about Wagyu Beef.
  7. 70: Colorado Aquaponics and Supporting Student’s Mental Health
  8. 69: Why Do Cranberries Grow In a Pond?


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