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The Old Farmer’s Almanac MONTHLY magazine is a full-color, highly interactive digital magazine produced for tablet and computer screens.The Almanac MONTHLY joins The Old Farmer’s Almanac family of print and digital publications, led by America’s oldest and best-selling annual, The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
Published 12 times per year, each issue of the MONTHLY is a designed and curated experience, with more than 60 pages of fresh and fun Almanac articles, advice, ideas, reference, and amusement that are “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor”—just like the best-selling parent publication.
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April 2015: What's Inside This Month's Edition?
The comfort of country sounds, growing stone fruit, Canada goose guru Jack Miner, the worst day in weather history, nutty pecan recipes, and more.
Farmer’s Calendar: the comfort of neighbors (from our 1954 edition)
Calendar: the Full Pink Moon, determining Easter’s date, Earth Day, April wedding tips and folklore, remembering Appomattox, appreciating the Hubble Space Telescope
Astronomy: explore with our Sky Map
Food: peek into pecans, with five nutty recipes
Gardening: romancing the stone fruit (such as peaches, plums, and cherries), with recipe
Nature: Canadian Jack Miner’s major influence on Canada geese
Weather: The worst day in weather history. Seriously.
Anniversary: unusual remedies used by Civil War soldiers
Enjoy all of this plus a Weather Update, the U.S. and Canadian forecasts for the month, Best Days to do things, Gardening by the Moon’s Sign, and much more!
More Than the Almanac!
To answer our most common reader question: the Almanac MONTHLY is different from our yearly Old Farmer's Almanac (no, it's not a condensed version of the annual's content!).
- The Old Farmer's Almanac is your long view, your full year planned out.
- This MONTHLY is what's now, what's next. With ALL-NEW content, the MONTHLY is more timely (it's Monthly!) and just as fun, as humorous, and as useful.
Still not sure what the MONTHLY magazine is all about? View a free sample issue (past edition).
Watch this video to learn more about the Almanac MONTHLY (sample content from a past edition).
We hope that you enjoy the Almanac MONTHLY! Please tell us what you like, what you aren’t crazy about, and what you want more of: We welcome suggestions from e-readers here.