The 2019 Old Farmer's Almanac

By Ginger Vaughan
June 15, 2018
2019 OFA Soft Cover Primary

As sure as the Sun rises and sets, The Old Farmer’s Almanac is back! A comforting constant in a changing world, The Old Farmer’s Almanac has been going strong for 227 years by focusing on what’s useful, timeless, tried, and true. The 2019 edition continues this tradition with all-new information on gardening, food, home, and weather, along with life advice that’s practical but doesn’t take itself (too) seriously. 

If you have any questions, would like to request a review copy, or to set up an interview with one of our editors, please contact Ginger at 206-842-8922 or

The 2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac  will be available for just $7.95 everywhere books and magazines are sold, beginning in late August 2018 or from our General Store on

2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac Press Releases & Talking Points

The 2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac is available everywhere in late August 2018!

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2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac Cover Images, Weather Forecast Maps, and Videos

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Tim Clark

I just learned of Tim Clark's wife May's misfortune. Since I am Tim's" greatest" fan in PA I wanted to wish the Clark family my best and hope all is well soon. I have enjoyed Tim's essays and stories over the many years I have been a loyal reader of the Old Farmers Almanac and Yankee magazine. Please wish Tim and May my warmest regards! I do enjoy his articles as well as the Almanac ad Yankee magazine. Thank You,Brian Ahl

Predicting the weather

My grandmother could predict the weather by the animals and the barks on the tree and the catipillers and the birds and she was usually right never tracked to the day but she knew if it was going to be a hard.winter or early frost. And she did teach me some of the tricks and they usually work