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40 years of Mother Earth magazines

Karen Crane


Joined: May 03, 2011
Posts: 157
I have collected almost 40 years of Mother Earth magazines.
Now that they have a DVD of all those magazines, I am wondering
what I should do with them?
Sell the? ( who would want them?) give them away ( again, who
would want them?) or what??
any ideas? LFIRE88@yahoo.com
Jami McBride
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Joined: Aug 29, 2009
Posts: 1888
Location: PNW Oregon
    
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I donated mine to my local library
Randy Gibson


Joined: Dec 18, 2011
Posts: 106
we bought the disc set, and right on the package it states that there are articles left out of the cd set. Makes one wonder which articles were left out and why, I would keep them.
Daniel Morse


Joined: Feb 13, 2012
Posts: 235
Location: SW Michigan
    
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I would love to take them off your hands.


I have never met a stranger, I have met some strange ones.
Karen Crane


Joined: May 03, 2011
Posts: 157
OK. I posted about having the Mother Earth magazines.
After having a family conferance about it and reviewing the DVD,
we decided to keep the magazines.
found out that there was plenty of stuff in the magazines that was
not in the DVD. ( surrise!)
So decided to keep them and have both on hand.
(Sorry Dan,,, I lost your email address, so hope you see this!)
Sandra Ellane


Joined: Nov 08, 2011
Posts: 71
Location: New Mexico high desert Zone 7a, alkaline soils. 9" average annual rainfall.
I'm glad you're keeping them Karen. A mentor of mine, when my kids were babies, gave me grocery bags of Organic Gardening magazines that she no longer had room for. I kept some that had specific articles that were intersting at that point in my life, but got rid of the rest. Now (twenty years later )I wish I still had them


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