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I'm looking for established writers that provide their own photos and want to produce articles for Heirloom Gardener Magazine. Looking for articles on permaculture, heirloom gardening, soil health, interesting veggies etc. If you are interested, please contact me and I'll give you more info. Thanks. heirloomgardener@rareseeds.com
 
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Heirloom Gardener Magazine is fantastic, filled with gorgeous photos and wonderful writing. My favourite magazine. There are some amazing writers on this site, and I hope they take you up on the offer.

If you ever need someone to write about flax, mangelwurzels or other textile related plants, I would love to give it a shot (hint, the mangledwurzels go to the sheep which make wool - but tasty delicious for humans too). For the time being I'm going to give it a miss.

I do, however, want to let you know how much I enjoy the magazine.

 
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Jamie - check out some of R Ranson's writing here on permies. I think you'll like what you see. There's a reason she has such a high apple-to-post ratio!
 
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I've gotten great replies from great writers. Thanks guys! Looking forward to get some permacutlure based articles in hopefully the Spring issue.
 
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