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.

3 responses to “Lessons from Thomas Jefferson’s Farm”

  1. Patrick Lee

    You might enjoy Mr. Jefferson’s blog at http://ThomasJeffersonLeadership.com/blog/
    Several times each week, he posts briefly on a variety of topics, including agriculture. Recent posts were:
    – “Are rules made to be broken?”
    – “Have you walked 10,000 steps today?,” and
    – “Is there a doctor in the house?”
    July 2’s post was “WWJD?” July 4 featured an interesting tidbit from Jefferson’s personal notes on July 4, 1776.
    His posts this week deal with his final will and testament.

  2. Michael Chandler

    Also check out The Jeffersom Hour website and podcast. I’ve been following it for years and based on your post I think you’ll like it too.

    Thanks for sharing your food and farm.

    http://www.jeffersonhour.com/

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