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Molly Green Magazine

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When this was a print magazine five and more years ago, I subscribed and devoured every issue. I wish it hadn't gone out of print! Back issues are still online though, archived for current subscribers of new content, which is published online only at https://mollygreen.com/  Featured articles are free to browse! (Some of the Molly Green writers also wrote for Backwoods Home/Self-Reliance magazines.)

The magazines were/are about everything "home": homesteading, homeschooling, home business, and  natural home care, with gorgeous photos and graphic design in its layout. There were always a few articles on wilderness topics, hunting, and survival, too.

Molly Green Magazine was one of those things that first got me started thinking differently about food (bone broth! herbal teas!), living off the land (someday having a homestead with a Dexter cow!), etc.

I wondered if anyone else remembered seeing these? SO good.
You'll find me in my office. I'll probably be drinking. And reading this tiny ad.
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