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."