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WHAT’S NEW at The Dirt on Organic Gardening Magazine!

We’re changing things up here at The Dirt for the new year. Because of other commitments, we’re moving the magazine to a quarterly format instead of the monthly format we’ve had in place for the past four years.

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The January issue kicks this off with a special review of some of our favorite people in the world of organic gardening and sustainability!

Want to explore back issue contents?

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From the publishers of The Dirt on Organic Gardening MagazineHow I Survived My First Year with Chickens now 25% off regular price!

Written by The Dirt’s very own editor-in-chief Su Falcon, How I Survived My First Year with Chickens chronicles her misadventures as a novice protector of the flock as she repeatedly demonstrates the difference between the dream of owning chickens and the very messy reality.

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