Garth Brown raises cows, pigs, and sheep on Cairncrest Farm
in central New York. He is interested in figuring out a good way to write from a perspective rooted in his farm, breeding pigs with high levels of intramuscular fat, the essays of E.B. White, how to balance the demands of an agricultural ecosystem with those of the market, and how to use modern technologies without having them become a time stealing, soul destroying drain on his life. He is lovingly tolerated by his wife, daughter, and son, and adored by his disgustingly energetic dog.