The thirty-sixth issue of Taproot, an independent, bimonthly, ad-free print magazine. Taproot celebrates farm, food, family and craft through writing, photography and the arts, both fine and domestic.
Inside each issue
Taproot is divided into three sections, head, hands,and heart. Head features essays and journalism about people and initiatives creating more connected lives. Hands is filled with recipes, crafts and natural health. Heart contains personal narratives, poetry and the experiences of people living more connected lives.
essays about living a more connected life
The Cost of Farm Yarn
by Tamara White & Char White
A Conversation with Jeff Burchstead, Sheep Shearer
by Hannah Welling
Who Grew My Clothes?
by Anna Brones
the personal experience of more connected living
printed on FSC-Certified Paper
8.375 x 10.875 inches