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January-February 2009

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Bread-based Therapy
Warm up a chilly afternoon and soothe frayed nerves by baking bread the old-fashioned way. More>>
by Cherie Langlois

Comfort in a Cup
Indulge in the slow-cooked, hearty soups and stews of winter that elevate common root vegetables.
by Jo Stewart

The Purposeful Knitter
Shed the pattern mentality and try your hand at an intuitive piece, like a top-down sweater.
by MaryAnna Clemons

Join the (book) Club
Broaden your interests and gain a greater sense of community with friends by joining (or starting) a book club. We tell you how.
By Barbara Berst Adams

Sustaining Principles: Sap Bush Hollow Farm
Follow one family’s journey as they farm sustainably, and profitably, on their 100-acre property in upstate New York.
by Cherie Langlois

The Path of Least Resistance
Moss gardens are beautiful and low-maintenance. Don’t fight the moss on your property, encourage and cultivate it! by Jean M. Fogle

Planting Your Future
Learn the history and basics of arborsculpture: the craft of training trees to form artistic and useful shapes.
by Patti Cassidy

Sun Up to Sun Down
Let the weather and farm logic be your guides in crossing everything off that never-ending to-do list. Tame the beast that is time management. Click to continue>>
by Lisa Kivirist

Signs of Farm Life
The homemade signs you’ll see driving through farm country reveal a simpler lifestyle, whole-some products and a bit of whimsy in the heart of farmers.
Test by Samantha Johnson / Photos by Daniel Johnson

Columns
Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Hands On 
Making Butter
Lynda King

Farm Fetishes 
Mary Beth Temple

Garden Grit
Jessica Walliser

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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  • Editor’s Notebook
  • On the Market
  • General Store
  • In the Air
  • HobbyFarms.com 
  • Good Reading
  • Marketplace
  • Classified Advertising
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I also want to purchase one of these issues. I now subscribe, but the firt issue I received was March/April. Can these be purchased from your website?
Lynn, Elm Grove, WI
Posted: 3/8/2009 1:02:48 PM
I really liked the issue. I went to buy a couple of them for friend & my sister & they were gone. How do I get this particular issue? thank you
Mary, madison, WI
Posted: 3/6/2009 8:36:24 AM
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