Forrest Pritchard is a full-time sustainable farmer and New York Times bestselling author, holding a BA in English and a BS in Geology from William & Mary. Smith Meadows, his farm, was one of the first “grass finished” operations in the country, and has sold at leading farmers’ markets in Washington DC for nearly two decades. Pritchard's first two books received starred reviews from The Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and NPR, and his latest book is set to debut in 2018.

7 responses to “Rejected T-Shirt Slogans”

  1. Stacey

    Forrest! Just watched the movie, DIRT!, last night – and have been thinking about soils a lot. A winemaker in the film likes to taste his soils. Have you tried that?

  2. kathie martin

    I think you must not forget the “personality” of the farmer working the land….raising the animals…and appreciating being blessed with the determination for being a good farmer. The farmer who does not really want to be a farmer grumbles his way through his or her work day, wishing they had chosen another profession , and making life “taste” bad, affecting the way the job does or doesn’t get done. The farmer who wants to be close to the land and connects to it, adds the right ingredients to every project he undertakes,no matter how grueling it may be. The grumpy, grumbling, “I don’t want to be here” farmer, makes the cows grumpy too. From the rows of spinach in the vegetable garden to the juicy organically grown double-bacon cheeseburger (with fresh garden onions, of course), the farmer who loves what he does can make everything taste good!!

  3. kathie martin

    So, my question is, “Are there T-shirts available?”..or are you going to hold a Smith Meadows T-shirt slogan contest and award a weekend experience at the farm as the prize for the winning slogan. Maybe you already did this, and I missed it??

  4. Mollie Z

    This is some great material. I loved reading this.

  5. Becky

    I am not at all surprised that a 4Her excels at a witty top ten list 😉

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