Countryside Magazine offers tidbits of information from the masses, much like permies.com. Their main focus is on homesteading. Not all articles have an organic focus, but many do. About every other issue or so of Mother Earth News, Paul finds something he really enjoys. They tend towards organic, homesteading, what's a good car/tractor to buy, gardening, country living/urban homesteading.
Sawmill and Woodlot Magazine teaches you a lot about all the contraptions out there, what's good/bad practice, and why. Paul likes the idea of using a portable sawmill to chop and mill a tree right where it is, let it dry for a number of months, and then come and get it when it is dry and 10 times lighter. Paul likes Backwoods Home Magazine, except skips over the gun stuff. It has a homesteading and libertarian focus. It will have about one article per magazine Paul finds interesting, and he likes to browse the columns by Jackie Clay.
Backhome Magazine is like "Mother Earth News lite" to Paul. He thinks it is a little "candied," and only occasionally finds an interesting article of substance. Mary Jane's Farm Magazine makes Paul angry these days because it is sexist. They use the term "farm girl" a lot, and it is very pink. He used to really like it--substance, good photography, good aesthetics, but then it went to: "Women, you are shallow, weak, and domestic. Do your chores and look pretty." He was originally impressed with Mary Jane's version of agritourism. Paul and Jocelyn both used to read Rodale's Organic Gardening Magazine, years ago.
I was stoked to hear you mention Farm Show. The innovation is what drew me to it. I have seen some articles where farmers are combining diesel and Natural Gas to get more horse power and better fuel economy.
"If you will live like no one else, later you can live like no one else." -- Dave Ramsey
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