The Editor's Page, signed by Laurel Lund, editor in chief, "The Art of Green Living", gives the scope as "At Natural Home, our definition of green ... means creating a healthy, harmonious home environment in which you and your family can thrive. It means surrounding yourself not only with the people and things you love, but also with furnishings and finishes that are natural and non-toxic. It means constructing dwellings with sustainable, renewable resources that don't deplete the earth's own precious supply. . . and some stuff about body and soul, sanctuary and vitality, etc. The featured articles are: "The Last Straw"-- nationally renowned artist and author Noel Bennett's sophisticated straw-bale home, a little masterpiece; "Water: The Real Staff of Life;" "Desktop Feng Shui;" "A Visit with Environmentor Dennis Weaver;" "Living Inside Out" (outdoor living spaces); "Greens, Glorious Greens" (various fresh mixed greens for salads). There are also short articles on nurturing a sense of place in a home, kids' allergies, a blurb on Real Goods, an excerpt from Sandy Maine's new book on herbal cleaning products, an article on xeriscaping, and reviews of a vegetarian cafe in Seattle.
May/June 1999, Special Premier Issue [cover], Volume 1, Number 1
Status: undetermined, still published in 2012; title change March/April 2005 to Natural Home and Garden
Subject: home design, health, food
Publication schedule: 6 issues/year
Natural Home LLC
201 E. Fourth
Loveland, CO 80537-5635
Editorial Director: Linda Ligon
$24.95 (6 issues); $42.95 (12 issues)
Publisher: Logan Chamberlain
Warner Publishing Services
YouTube selection of articles
Update: Found on the web, Nov. 30, 2012:
|TOPEKA, KS / PR FREE / Nov 03 2005 --|
| Ogden Publications, publishers of Mother Earth News and nine other magazines, today announced that it has acquired Natural Home & Garden magazine, the nation's premier publication for people interested in sustainable, healthy homes from Linda Ligon, the former owner of Interweave Press. |
"We're extremely excited about the future of Natural Home & Garden,"said Bryan Welch, publisher and general manager for Ogden Publications. "It provides a great new connection with our audience of people who enjoy sustainable, conscientious lifestyles."
Under the leadership of Ligon, Natural Home magazine was established in May 1999 by Interweave Press and relaunched as Natural Home & Garden with the March/April 2005 issue. Robyn Griggs Lawrence, editor-in-chief since 2000, will continue her position.