A MOTHER EARTH NEWS editor got her body tested for glyphosate residue, and what she discovered led to a number of realizations regarding U.S. environmental regulations and the importance of an organic diet.
This in-depth gardening infographic covers both good and bad insects, as well as companion plants, row covers and more.
Learn the best sources of vitamin D to achieve your recommended dosage of “the sunshine vitamin," and put the "D" in diet!
Watch an interview with Rosemary Gladstar, during which she discusses the goals of the non-profit United Plant Savers and the importance of plant conservation. Plus, read about how Rosemary became a leading figure in American herbal medicine.
Our sleek, easy-to-use digital editions have a number of bonus features, plus reduce paper consumption and the magazine’s carbon footprint.
The history of Samhain reminds us that we once celebrated holidays because of a shared human connection that resonated with the Earth’s cycles — the weather, the moon, the harvest — rather than needless consumerism or “heroic” dominance.
You can make your own homemade cough drops with garden-fresh herbs, such as horehound and marshmallow.
We’re interested in how our readers have lessened their environmental footprint.
Learn how to celebrate homesteading this September by promoting community self-reliance skills!
A MOTHER EARTH NEWS sweepstakes winner donated her prize to a farmer in need.
The Sustainable Poultry Network and Western Piedmont Community College have combined forces to create the American School of Sustainable Poultry Husbandry, an intensive poultry workshop for anyone interested in poultry production, marketing, breeding, hatching, cooking, etc.
An article from the Adirondack Daily Enterprise covering an International Homestead Education Month event that took place at Paul Smith's College on September 29, 2012.
The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC) will be celebrating 35 years of success at their annual conference on November 9-10 in Cary, N.C. Whether you’re a hard core farmer or backyard hobbyist, the conference is sure to have something to ruffle your tail feathers.