Each episode of this retro-futuristic series begins with the hypothetical disappearance of something essential to agriculture, giving viewers an opportunity to explore the possibilities offered by food, farming techniques and the science of the future.

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Episode 10 Sep, 28 2018 11:29 am
Feeding ourselves without rain How do you manage without rainwater? By eating barbecued cactus, cactus with sauce or cactus chips! A cardboard box, the Growboxx, traps and contains moisture around trees. Finally, the Sahara Forest Project recovers sea water, uses solar energy and sites its farms in the desert. Directed by: Mathieu Quintal, Louis Asselin (Canada, 2017)
Episode 11 Oct, 05 2018 11:30 am
Feeding ourselves without the sun The sun-bathed fields struggle to produce more without harming the environment. Blanc de Gris mushrooms grow without sunlight in Montreal. On the Gaspé peninsula, at 150 metres underwater, several marine species are fished sustainably. Finally, an artificial sun exists. Though miniscule, it's more efficient than the real one! Directed by: Mathieu Quintal, Louis Asselin (Canada, 2017)
Episode 12 Oct, 12 2018 11:30 am
Feeding ourselves without industrial farming If an economic or food crisis occurred, how would we meet our requirements? Using highly-resistant ancient seed varieties, encouraging young citizens to become farmers and developing permaculture, an agricultural technique based on balanced, pesticide-free ecosystems are all viable solutions. Directed by: Mathieu Quintal, Louis Asselin (Canada, 2017)