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Mother Earth News

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A review on: Mother Earth News
gerda

Pros: oldest and best

Cons: search not marvellous

i have been reading this online for some months now, and it has been spot on about anything i know about already. accessible writing, very informative. running for 40 years, how about that!
boho magazine - promoting green beauty and know-how inside and out.
boho magazine - promoting green beauty and know-how inside and out.

Boho Magazine

Pros: Eco-friendly topics, 100% recycled, non-toxic inks, cool green beauty and fashion tips.

Cons: If you're already big into green products, there's going to be a lot you've seen before.

Real Waste of Time
Real Waste of Time

Real Simple Magazine

Pros: Nice photos and fonts, quality paper

Cons: Promotes consumption, "anti-aging," non-green products

KIWI Great for the parent wishing to live a littel greener
KIWI Great for the parent wishing to live a littel greener
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Mother Earth News

Mother Earth News

“i have been reading this online for some months now, and it has been spot on about anything i know about already. accessible writing, very informative. running for 40 years, how about that!” --gerda

100% Positive Reviews
E - The Environmental Magazine

E - The Environmental Magazine

“I like this magazine.  I enjoy the format, article and pictures.  I like that they write about fashion and pop culture along with more serious environmental issues.  I took this magazine to show my bio professor who teaches an environmental bio class.  I wish it came out every month and maybe eventually it will.” --

100% Positive Reviews
Real Simple Magazine

Real Simple Magazine

“This is a nice magazine but it is most definitely not a magazine about green issues.  It has nothing to do with living a simple life.  It is using the word simple as in making your life easy.  It is very much a traditional magazine along the lines of "O" and "Hallmark".” --herodrx1

25% Positive Reviews
Co-Op Americas National Green Pages

Co-Op Americas National Green Pages

“I like Co-op America's goal (now renaming itself to Green America). Great to have a resource and way to market these otherwise unknown products and services to a greater market. My beef with a fair amount of the green market is its often high prices that are not always affordable to the real people who stuggle to pay ordinary bills. Nothing personal against the Green Pages. Good goal but not...” --theaterdrm

100% Positive Reviews
Kiwi Magazine - Organic Family Lifestyle and Parenting

Kiwi Magazine - Organic Family Lifestyle and Parenting

“KIWI magazine is an enjoyable, quick and easy magazine to read. Topics you will read about in KIWI are: parenting, organic living, healthy living, planet-friendly living, and children. I do believe the magazine has more advertisment than it does article content, but the advertisements all relate to healthy living for children and parenting. In addition the editors of the magazine really listen...” --greenme

100% Positive Reviews
Vegetarian Times

Vegetarian Times

“I am not a vegetarian, but always looking for good veggie recipes. I try to eat meat only a couple of times a week, so I need a lot of inspiration. I do not regret getting this subscription (2-year one). The recipes are very creative and there is also very informative articles in every issue. I have made a few things and my husband loved them. Especially the vegan desert recipes! He didn't even...” --eris

100% Positive Reviews
Mother Jones

Mother Jones

“Never heard of it before Huddler sent me a copy (thank you).  It sat on my coffee table for a while because I thought it looked like it had a lot of political content in it (something I yawn at).  I even tried to get my husband to read it and do a review for Huddler which was a no go. I bit the bullet and turned the front page and I was hooked instantly.  I read it from cover to cover in one...” --PUREShop

100% Positive Reviews
GOOD Magazine

GOOD Magazine

“I paid for a subscription and didn't receive as much as a receipt or confirmation. Didn't receive anything from them: no emails, no magazines, nothing. I emailed customer service and didn't receive a response for weeks. When they did reply to my inquiry, I was told that there was no record of my account even though a charge from their magazine on my bank statement said otherwise.Have jumped...” --ed18

50% Positive Reviews
Home Power Magazine / Homepower.com

Home Power Magazine / Homepower.com

“I actually picked up this magazine at the 2008 San Deigo Solar Power Internaional Conference. It was right next to North American Clean Energy (another great natural resource magazine). My solar expertise needs to be upgraded a bit more, but I kind of wish I read this magazine before visiting the expo since it provided all the information about two of mother natures best resources - wind and...” --JustaBitGreen

100% Positive Reviews
Natural Home

Natural Home

“I'm not a fan of reading EVERY thing online. My neck gives out. So yes, I do subscribe to some magazines. This is one of them. I love it because it not only has great articles, but they always have wonderful lists of resources, who's who and how to contact them. It's like having a monthly update of who's doing green things delivered to my mailbox. The diy's are great. And they seem to advertise...” --organicgal007

100% Positive Reviews