We meet the trekkers on the Ride the Future Tour Electric Parade across the country. Then we visit a nonprofit in Knoxville that seeks to improve the mental health through flowers. And finally we take a peak into a Jackson Country tradition and their ancient plant.
We learn about skateboards made from reclaimed wood at Salemtown Board Co. Then we take a look at the computer recycling program from Goodwill and Dell. And finally, we visit a local grocery store that primarily gets their produce from local growers.
We take a look at a Farm to Fork community co-op in West Nashville. Then we learn about a Latin American popsicle made with whole fruits. And finally, we visit a local grocery store that supports local businesses.
We take a look at the Saw Works Brewing Company in Knoxville. Then we visit Elemental Restaurant that specializes in cooking with locally sourced ingredients. And finally, we explore the Net Zero efficient solar homes in West Tennessee.
"We’ll show you a historic, natural attraction located several feet underground near Chattanooga. We then travel to Short Mountain where we discover the rich heritage of moonshining. And finally we’ll visit one of Knoxville’s co-ops that specialize in offering hard to find natural and organic foods."
"We’ll show you Chattanooga's Bike Share program that is making a difference downtown. We then travel to Knoxville for a tour of a micro-roasting coffee company that forges a tighter bond between the farmer and business itself. And finally we’ll visit an alpaca farm in Livingston, Tennessee that produces natural fleece as a wool alternative."
"We visit Marble Springs State Historic Site that is home to pioneer, soldier, statesman, and First Governor of Tennessee, John Sevier and is also home to a new farmer's market in South Knoxville. We travel to Chattanooga's art district to see how a hostel is making its name known for Leadership in environmental design. And finally we'll learn how agriculture can lead to art at the Tojo Creek Ranch in Lebanon."
"We take a night stroll at the Nashville Night Market. We take a look at green|spaces and how this organization if fostering sustainability in Chattanooga. And finally, we check out a mobile pie stand in Knoxville."
"We explore a new farmers market taking place on the University of Tennessee Knoxville's campus. Then we take a look at the Spring Back Mattress Recycling project with Belmont University. And finally, we visit Crabtree Farm just outside downtown Chattanooga and get some urban farming tips."
"We take a look at West Tennessee’s Farmers Market in historic, downtown Jackson. We then travel to the Nolichucky Vineyard in Hamblen County where visitors can come and enjoy a working vineyard, situated right on the banks of the Nolichucky River. And finally we meet a soap maker in Cleveland, Tennessee who educates as well as produces eco-friendly body products."
"We take a ride in a railcar on the historic Shortline Railroad system. We then check out Knoxville's playground for outdoor enthusiasts called Urban Wilderness. And finally we meet a precocious young man who is the CEO of his own glass recycling company."
We visit the Chattanooga Market which was named one of America's top public Market. We then meet a young East Nashville couple that opened a restaurant that caters to the vegetarian and vegan diners. And finally we discover all that mushrooms have to offer in East Tennessee.
We visit the Allenbrooke Farm in Spring Hill, Tennessee. We then get an update about water supply challenges in Tennessee. And later in the show join me in the kitchen where I'll demonstrate how to utilize those winter greens.
We introduce you to Nigerian Dwarf Goats in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Then we discover a hidden Poultry Hatchery in Middle Tennessee that produces thousands of chickens monthly. And finally we learn about a budding popular livestock industry in Tennessee.
We learn about the harvesting of solar energy in Knoxville. Then we'll see how Tennessee Tech University's Fitness Center is turning sweat into energy. And finally we visit Tennessee's first urban winery.