I subscribe to Urban Farm magazine (from the people that do Hobby Farms magazine) and I love it. Often other farm/garden magazine don't really offer anything I can use as a city dweller. It's a nice magazine. I recommend giving it a look.
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Maria has a free newsletter and Facebook page. I believe she is the granddaughter of Bob Rodale and the CEO of the publishing company. You can check out her blogs about organic gardening here. http://www.mariasfarmcountrykitchen.com/ab out/
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I've subscribed to Organic Gardening since 1977 when is was still Organic Gardening and Farming. I don't get as excited about it as I used to, but continue subscribing to support Rodale's efforts in spreading the Organic word. I loved it when Mike McGrath was editor in the 90s, his comments were so funny.
I used to get Organic Gardening but found that afer quite a few years they were repetitive. Then I subscribed to Vegetarian Times for recipes on cooking all thoses organic vegetables. Now I just go online for info.
My hubby's parents on the farm always had a subscription to Grit.And don't you dare think about burning any of the old copies either! Have to save every one! I currently don't get any magazines. I also found I was getting them and not reading them. I have subscribed to some organic gardening magazines in the past, though.
Hubby and I are bad about getting magazines in the mail and then never reading them. Many years ago we stopped getting any because it was a waste of time and money. But in the last year we have found 2 that we will probably never get rid of and eagerly await their arrival in the mail.
Grit and Mary Janes Farm. Both are organic gardening/farming/etc magazines. Grit has been around a long time. My parents both remember their parents subscribing to it. Have you heard of them? I don't work for either but love them both!
Do you subscribe to any magazines and if so, which ones? Pros/cons?
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