The Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch is not your typical ranch: there's no cattle or grain for feed. The ranch, which launched in 2015, raises "microlivestock" -- crickets, mealworms and waxworms, for people to eat.
Wendy Lu McGill is the Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch's founder and CEO. She spoke with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.
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In an earlier version of this interview, the guest said the agriculture sector is a larger contributor to greenhouse gas emissions than transportation. According to the latest numbers from the EPA, the transportation sector in the U.S. exceeds agriculture in greenhouse gases emissions.