Forbes Magazine Interview with Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE

Alex Knapp interview with Mitchell Joachim, "Farming The Next Big Food Source: Crickets" Forbes, JAN. 30, 2018 @ 01:04 PM.

Terreform, a non-profit urban architecture and design group, has been working on a project to update a centuries-old technology: the emergency shelter. The organization's design goes beyond merely providing shelter from the elements. It's also a modular habitat for a food source that people can harvest: crickets.  "We didn't think you just needed a shelter," Terreform's Mitchell Joachim said. "You actually needed some level of food, sustenance farming, so that you can help get your family protein, especially after a big calamity."



Vouge UK Art Basel Miami with Terreform ONE

Julia Hobbs, "10 Things We Learned About Art Basel Miami", Vouge, UK, Sat. 9th Dec. 2107.  The Faena hotel on South Beach has a cricket farm for when the world runs out of protein, Terreform ONE.