Caleb Richter-Tate, an adjunct instructor of geography at FRCC-Westminster, is passionate about sustainable urban agriculture.
Caleb grew up in a farming community in Nebraska and has been involved in agriculture, urban farming and sustainability for most of his life.
Richter-Tate says urban agriculture is empowering. “(Imagine) if everyone in the city could grow even one-tenth of their own food. Think about how much food wouldn’t be factory farmed,” he said. Continue reading “FRCC Instructor Encourages Students to be Urban Farmers”