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Natural Home Unveils Redesign

naturalhome.pngEarth-friendly bimonthly Natural Home is debuting a new look for the May-June issue. The tree-hugging lifestyle magazine has bumped up its page count from 80 to 100, and readers also get more photos on heavier, 95% recycled paper. Newsstand buyers take note: In conjunction with the redesign, the cover price from $4.99 to $5.99, although the annual subscription rate is unchanged at $21.

“Subscribers are getting a higher-quality product, and we’ve enhanced the magazine in ways that should bring us new newsstand opportunities,” said Bryan Welch, publisher and editorial director, in a statement.

Natural Home is part of the Ogden Publications stable, which also carries Mother Earth News, Utne Reader, Capper’s and Grit.

Pictures of the new look vs. the old one after the jump.

The new May-June issue.
The old March-April issue.

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