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Continuous Subscription – Backwoods Home Magazine

(13 customer reviews)

$26.00 / year

Backwoods Home Magazine is a quarterly 116-page homesteading magazine written by and for people who desire to pursue a self-reliant life. Each issue contains seasonal articles on building, gardening, canning, cooking, alternative energy, livestock, foraging, and preparedness. In nearly every issue of BHM, there is one article on firearms and one on politics. BHM was founded in 1989 by Dave Duffy in his garage. In 2019, after a one-year hiatus as a digital-only magazine, Dave’s son, Sam Duffy, brought back the print version.

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Weight 10 oz

13 reviews for Continuous Subscription – Backwoods Home Magazine

  1. Sherrie Manning

    Very informative magazine. A lot of good articles.

  2. Sherrie Manning

    Very informative magazine. A lot of good articles.

  3. John Cleere

    I thoroughly enjoy this magazine and find myself frequently using the recipes, project ideas and general knowledge. I have not found this info in one publication anywhere else. I look forward to every issue.

  4. sherry daniels

    love this magazine interesting articles and always something new to learn been a subscriber for lot of yrs and will continue for many more. thank you!

  5. James and Iva Hough

    We have every edition that has been published and look forward to getting next one.

  6. Deb Crafts

    I love, love, love this magazine, especially the printed version! I love being to easily go through back issues an re-read them. So much information, great reference source in a down-to-earth format that is easy to follow. Thanks for a great magazine.

  7. Donna Rhodes

    I love, love, love this magazine, everything in it. I have been taking it for at least 20 years and I keep every issue and I buy the anthologies. It’s a walk down memory lane for me because I grew up in the country living the way the way Backwoods Home portrays life.

  8. Debbie Guastella

    I so enjoy this magazine with it’s insightful articles for homesteading, canning, building things & general knowledge. I’ve just recently subscribed to the Self Reliance magazine hoping it will be just as informative. There are some “opinions” and articles I may not agree with but I always look forward to sitting back and enjoying my quiet time every time I get my new issue.

  9. Delores Osteen

    I love this magazine. I enjoy all the articles in it yes even Ayoob on firearms. I own a pistol myself but he is informative on of alot of diffrent guns. The recipes are good everything about this magazine is some kind of information that is new to me. I’m a country girl and thought I knew oretty much but there is always something new to learn and your magazine dies just that. Thank you for an informative well versed magazine for old ans new folks alike.

  10. G. Doller

    I’ve been reading Backwoods Home, and the associated blogs, for at least 15 years. The contributors are knowledgeable. The articles are varied, well written and informative. I greatly appreciate that the magazine is mostly content, with only a small amount of advertising. I really feel like I’m getting my money’s worth with Backwoods Home.

  11. Ernie Jelliff

    I am 80 years old and was born and raised in farming country of the twin tiers of NY and PA north of Wellsboro PA. So I learned a lot while growing up BUT wow is Backwoods Home Magazine an awesome teacher. I guess I didn’t learn all I thought I did.

  12. Tony Thigpen

    Always look forward to next issue. Lots of information even for someone that has lived a rural life since childhood. (50 +years)

  13. Donna Rhodes

    I have been taking this magazine and its Anthologies for at least 20 years and I love it for its gardening, surviving, guns, and down to earth advice on how best to live your life.

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