We’re excited to welcome the faith-based eco-agriculture publication, Stewardculture Magazine (soon to be in blog format), to the Sustainable Traditions website!

I first heard about Stewardculture Magazine, from editor Dan Grubbs. I was thrilled to discover a kindred voice in connecting agrarian ways and sustainable farming with whole-life discipleship to Jesus. It was immediately apparent that we shared a similar vision. The involvement of Christians in the sustainable food and farming movement, and the growing Christian agrarian conversation is an important aspect of the message we are giving voice to: that God calls us to an embodied and intentional faith. Sustainable Traditions covers a broad base of topics, but our relationship to food, the land, and God’s creation is one of the most critical issues we discuss here. I am excited to be partnering with Dan and his vision for Stewardculture as we work toward deepening the conversation and engagement with our readers.

For those not familiar with the online publication, Stewardculture Magazine was a quarterly electronic magazine containing news, articles and features about regenerative farming and gardening that is God glorifying. “Our efforts at Stewardculture Magazine seek to promote Bible-based stewardship agriculture at any scale,” Dan Grubbs, Stewardculture’s editor has explained.

The change will allow readers to better engage with the writers and each other in comment threads. The exchange of ideas and thought leadership in eco-agriculture is one objective of Stewardculture, according to Grubbs.

“I’m excited to see what the Lord may do as we move our content to reach the larger audience of Sustainable Traditions,” he said. “I admire the work Jason and others have done and am humbled to be a part of the team as I seek to communicate about the role of stewarding God’s amazing creation plays in all our lives.”

The summer 2016 issue of Stewardculture Magazine will be a transition issue appearing in its e-zine reader at its former location as well as each of the issue’s articles appearing at the Stewardculture page of the Sustainable Traditions website. Articles and features from back issues of the publication will be added as individual blog posts over the coming weeks. Be sure to check back often as the archives will be added regularly.

For more information about Stewardculture, contact Dan Grubbs via email. For information about Sustainable Traditions, contact web editor Jason Fowler at the contact page.

J. Fowler

J. Fowler is the website editor and co-founder, along with his wife Pamela, of the Sustainable Traditions project. The Fowlers live with their seven children on a farm near the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

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