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I received this today in my e-mail. I am going to check this out. I sure do hope that it changing. Did someone buy the mag with some sense? If so, let's support this big time. Any intelligence ya'll can gather would be much appreciated.
In case you haven’t noticed, Mother Earth News has returned to its roots as a how-to guide for living wisely with the land. Lots of changes have taken place in terms of what the magazine covers, and how it does it. Among them:
Mother Earth News will publish a series of articles on best tasting vegetables, starting in 2003. I’ll be the series editor.
Mother’s “Cream ofthe Crops” series will profile varieties nominated by gardeners from across the continent. The primary criteria for inclusion is flavor. What we’re trying to do is identify the best tasting vegetables as determined by real gardeners and market growers, rather than by a panel of “experts.”
MEN invites all ofyou to nominate varieties with exceptional flavor by contacting me at, BrookElliott, Box 519, Richmond, KY 40476, BrookBarb@juno.com.
We’re dividing vegetables into several categories, andyou’re certainly welcome to nominate in more than one of them. As soon as I hear of your interest, I’ll send you detailed instructions for nominating your favorites.
I’m really excited about editing this new series. But it won’t work without your help. So, if you’re interested in contributing, be sure and let me know, and I’ll send you the details right away.
Little Bit Farm
-- Little bit Farm (email@example.com), November 26, 2001
If yo do a search on MEN, ther's a site where you can subscribe for just under thirteen dollars.
-- Cindy (S.E.IN) (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 2001.