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Making healthy food options accessible to everyone despite their economic status is an issue in Oklahoma and around the world. What do we do when supermarkets don’t settle down in communities that need them most? The future of food intersects with architecture and urban planning with solutions that range from community gardens to towering skyscraper farms in the middle of downtown.
Today on the show Professor Bryce Lowery from the College of Architecture will talk about rethinking city planning and architecture with access to food in mind.