Needless to say, I have been eagerly awaiting the PBS four part series, America Revealed.
The first episode aired last evening, and it was on food.
The host, Yul Kwon, began by introducing the series and episodes and he noted the importance of networks, which was great!
Indeed, through last night's episode to next week's, which will be on transportation, followed, on subsequent Wednesdays, by episodes on energy and manufacturing, we will be educated and entertained in a spectacular way.
PBS has even set up webpages for Teachers, which is fantastic and you can view my interview with Yul on the Braess paradox there.
The aerial photography and filming are amazing as is Yul's courage (he parachutes out of planes and flies in planes that I would not be brave enough to do so) but, then again, Yul, is the winner of the 2006 Survivor. He may have a fear of heights but when the job needs to be done, he does it.
Given that the most recent paper that we wrote was on food supply chains, I was completely captivated last night. The images of the tomatoes and cattle will stay with me for a long time.
Congrats to the urban farmers who are greening Detroit as well as to those who, for generations, have continued to feed Americans and beyond.