Humanity depends on pollinating insects for one in every three mouthfuls of food we eat. Habitat loss and climate change are sending bee populations into decline; in the UK, 13 bee species have become extinct since 1900 and a further 35 species are on the threatened list. Conversely, our love of soft fruit has seen consumption rise by 150% over the last twenty years. Most popular is the strawberry - we eat an average of 2.5kg per person - and grow most of these in the UK. Lucy documents a strawberry farm, which is working to become carbon neutral, irrigating 400km of table-top strawberries from a man-made lake, and in 2021 establishing honey bee colonies. While fruit pickers could be replaced by robots, strawberry pollination depends entirely on bees and other pollinating insect species.