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The Rich & Glamorous Life of the Farmer-Writer

It’s widely known that farming is a lucrative occupation, typically reserved for jet-setters, celebrities, and the crustiest of the upper-crust. Think about it. Dollar bills are 75% cotton & 25% linen; money doesn’t grow on trees, but it does grow straight out of the ground. Why worry about droughts when you can “make it rain” […]

Wall Street Journal's glowing review of Growing Tomorrow

Wall Street Journal’s glowing review of Growing Tomorrow

Something to smile about… sustainable farms receiving major press!

Farming Without Owning Land

Farming Without Owning Land

Forrest’s latest from the Huffington Post, HERE: FARMING WITHOUT OWNING LAND Growing Tomorrow (with 50 recipes!) is NOW AVAILABLE, and Gaining Ground is a New York Times bestseller.

The New Book Is HERE!

The New Book Is HERE!

50 recipes. 250 photos. 18 extraordinary sustainable farmers, from 17 different states. From urban beekeepers to sustainable fishermen, organic citrus to Native American grown wild rice, Forrest traveled with photographer Molly Peterson to visit these very different farms, capturing the trip in story, photograph and recipes. With a foreword from Deborah Madison, the result is […]

We've Missed The Entire Point About GMO Food

We’ve Missed The Entire Point About GMO Food

A Farmer Explains Why

5 Questions To Always Ask At Farmers’ Market, With An Important #1

5 Questions To Always Ask At Farmers’ Market, With An Important #1

A farmer shares 5 insider tips

When To Eat Organic

When To Eat Organic

Forrest’s recent interview with GQ, HERE. Check out my books, all about food, farming & living the good life! Growing Tomorrow (with 50 recipes!) is NOW AVAILABLE, and Gaining Ground is a New York Times bestseller.

Your author, with his trusty Stihl 441.

Lumbersexuals, Tattoos & Zombies

6 Reasons Why Sustainable Farming Will Be the Hottest Career of 2015

Shoveling out our chickens last winter.

Support Local Farms? Then Never Do What This Guy Did

Click to read the farmer’s response.

NYT Hosts Food Summit, Doesn't Invite Farmers

NYT Hosts Food Summit, Doesn’t Invite Farmers

On November 11th and 12th, nineteen experts will speak about the future of food. Not one is a full-time farmer.