Who Am I

Drew French

On this blog and in other publications I write about life and death, nature and love, happiness, farming, small business, zen, Jungian psychology, simple living, yoga and anything that catches my interest.

Every day I do the chores on my farm and work with my animals and land.

I’ve started or co-owned and built four successful small businesses from scratch.

I live for outdoor adventures. I love my girlfriend and our two dogs. I like to think I’m a helpful kind of guy. I try to cook Paleo but end up making pizza sometimes. Keeping my mind open is very important to me.

I tinker on the piano to relax. I write poems when no one is looking. I practice yoga every Sunday in a barn loft while listening to cows moo.

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One thought on “Who Am I

  1. Andrew,

    I had the pleasure of discovering your website after a conversation with a friend on recycling and the reality behind our carbon emissions and recycling waste. I’ve been a supporter of Organic Consumer since 92′, written actively against Monsanto’s practices, and believe in the farming you have committed yourself to. You have a wonderful life that I’ve envisioned for my husband and I in our retirement – more likely cows than pigs though! I hope that it’s not too late for us……

    One of your recommended books, “One Straw Revolution” I have on my reading table and which my husband Jake purchased back in the 70’s. A great book and a true example of how organic farming can be profitable and therefore desirable for the small farmer whose plight we need to protect. We need more farms like yours. There’s another good book I read recently that you might like, “Farmacy” by Dr. Daphne Miller. I could see your farm profiled in a sequel…..

    Ralph Nader, whom I met earlier this year at a fundraising event, said the challenge to preserve the small farms in our future will be one of the biggest challenges of this century. He is right.

    Will look forward to your letters!
    Many thanks, Melanie Pollard

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