Forrest Campbell is a tree hugger turned cactus hugger having moved here in 2019 from Washington. He is eager to explore ways in which we can make food production and relationships with natural spaces more sustainable and equitable. While his background is in healthcare and public health, Forrest is excited to get his hands dirty and dive into integrative farming. He sees living more harmoniously with nature as the most important issue of our time. Forrest has never met a hot spring he doesn’t like and has been fortunate enough to backpack and hitchhike in Iceland. When not at the farm, you can spot Forrest hiking, listening to NPR, slacklining, gardening, reading Terry Pratchett, or making pesto!