Our Country Home
The late summer issue of Our Country Home hits the stands on Thursday, August 13, with an emphasis on sustainability. Read more
The summer Our Country Home is here, featuring Cooper Boone's Shohola, PA residence, Blue Stone Farm. Look for it, free, in locations around the area. Read more
Sometimes we choose to begin again; other times we are thrust into new situations that require new beginnings. In the spring 2015 Our Country Home, coming out in our March 12 issue, you’ll become acquainted with a retired couple whose paths diverged early in life and then later converged into a marriage, an international adoption and a dream home in the country. You’ll read about how a former Manhattan art gallery impresario restored a precious Victorian home and turned it into a central spot for gatherings, classes, commerce and fun—all in Callicoon, NY. Read more
Fall can be a crazy, busy time of year, scurrying around to accomplish the many chores one needs to finish to get ready for winter and the all-too-soon-to-arrive holidays that are just around the corner. So don’t forget to stop, catch your breath and enjoy the moment of this all-too-short season of transition.
It’s time for the annual sustainability issue of Our Country Home, in which we highlight stories about what’s happening in the Upper Delaware River region to help build more sustainable life styles, more resilient communities and living local economies. Read more
Published quarterly, Our Country Home is chock full of stories, ideas and ways to help readers make the most of their country living experience. From showcasing area businesses, homes and gardens, to offering design tips and recipes, to DIY projects and support for sustainable living, Our Country Home is the go-to place for creating the haven of your dreams in the Upper Delaware River valley. The magazine appears as a stand alone and on line, and its beautiful presentation is sure to inspire renewal and creativity. Read more
After a challenging winter, spring will be especially welcome this
year—warmer days, green grass growing, the smell of the earth, birds and animals returning, the great outdoors beckoning. And so for the 2014 spring edition of Our County Home, we choose to welcome this sweet season by embracing the theme of rebirth and reawakening.
Our cover story is about a very special house—one with a history Read more