Almost nothing else we humans do even slightly resembles the way our ancient grandparents worked and carried out life.
We eat, live and sleep in climate controlled settings, most of us work in offices where the thermometer keeps us toasty in the winter and cool in the summer. We only go outdoors when we want to.
So, why do we persist to grow our food in the uncertainties of the open air? Indoor, hydroponic farms are cropping up all over the world, and one North Texas farmer says he's had enough of the challenges of outdated farming methods; he's taking his growing operation indoors.
Find out more about his plans in this article at CultureMap Dallas.