Grow Your Homestead Giveaway
Editor’s Note: There are lots of people who want to start a homestead and there are those who are already running theirs.
We’re firm believers and strong supporters of the homesteading movement.
Some of our contributing writers send us stories from their kitchen tables on their very own homesteads.
So, when our friends at Storey Publishing asked us to help promote their giveaway we happily signed on.
So their books should take an important place on any homesteaders’ book shelf.
Take a look, write your own story and see if you can grow your own homestead. You had better hurry, though, the contest ends as of 11:59 on March 31, 2014.
Storey’s Grow Your Homestead Giveaway celebrates homesteaders of all stripes, whether you live in a country cabin or a studio apartment.
They’ve teamed up with their friends at Peaceful Valley Farm Supply to assemble a grand prize package worth over $500, including a potting bench, a personalized bundle of Storey titles, a generous gift certificate for homestead supplies–and a chance to be featured in Storey’s April newsletter!
All you have to do is tell them, in 200 words or fewer, how this prize package would help you grow your homestead!
You’ll be able to read the full details available when you enter.
Entries accepted through March 31, 2014.
Here’s some fine print: Entries must be received by 11:59PM, March 31, 2014.The winners will be selected by a panel of Storey Employees. The grand prize winner will have their essay featured in Storey’s April newsletter.The winners will be contacted by email on Friday, April 4, 2014, announced on Inside Storey, Storey’s Facebook page, and Storey’s Twitter feed. The winners will have one week to respond and claim the prize. If the prize is not claimed by Friday, April 11, 2014, we select another winner. No purchase necessary. A US or CAN mailing address will be required for delivery. We will not save, sell, or use this address for any other purpose.
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