During the pandemic, outdoor and indoor spaces are being reconceptualized to better suit new ways of living, working, and eating. In this episode we’ll explore the ways familiar spaces are shifting to become more hygienic, more profitable, and more accessible. We start with a story about the expansion of outdoor dining into New York City’s sidewalks and streets. Then we travel to outer space to learn how astronauts are abandoning freeze-dried foods for home cooked meals. We wander through a park that aims to forge a healthier relationship between people and plants. And we examine how one vertical farm has reimagined both agriculture and office space. 

Further Reading:

Watch Candace’s explorations in urban foraging on a series of videos on the CURB’s Instagram.

Learn more about food in space on Episode 45 of Meat and Three: Houston, We Have Dip n Dots. Listen on our website here or wherever you get your podcasts.


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