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By Forrest Pritchard on March 26, 2017
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” […]
By Nancy Polo on June 24, 2016
Socializing in a farming community is a little different than the visual parade of trend setters that populate many of the farmers markets Smith Meadows attends. On Mondays at the farm the array of colorful people and their accessories are replaced by the quieter splendor of what’s in the fields. The banter of weekend shoppers is muted. Farmers and […]
By Forrest Pritchard on November 29, 2015
Something to smile about… sustainable farms receiving major press!
By Forrest Pritchard on October 18, 2015
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.
By Forrest Pritchard on October 13, 2015
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 […]
By Forrest Pritchard on September 27, 2015
A Farmer Explains Why
By Forrest Pritchard on September 22, 2015
A farmer shares 5 insider tips
By Forrest Pritchard on March 17, 2015
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.
By Forrest Pritchard on February 4, 2015
6 Reasons Why Sustainable Farming Will Be the Hottest Career of 2015
By Forrest Pritchard on January 4, 2015
Click to read the farmer’s response.