History of the Country Time Gazette
In January of 2010 my family and I decided it was time to take the Country Time Gazette to the next level. We wanted to be able to reach out to a wider audience than what our local print publication and current website could. We decided a blog/website with some of our featured content was the best way to share the helpful information so many of our subscribers have looked forward to since March of ’04.
“We have published articles and helpful resources on a large variety of topics relating to green living & self-reliance. Early in 2003 we had recognized a need for practical information that would help people learn to live a more natural and sustainable lifestyle. We ran an organic farm and eco-center at the time and were in touch with local residents and visitors to the Wisconsin Dells area on a daily basis. We shared and talked with people at farmer’s markets, roadside stands, at local events and during our day-to-day business and learned what was of concern and interest to those we met. … the Country Time Gazette was born.”
Over the years The Country Time Gazette grew and evolved with the changing times and increased in popularity, due in large part to the content. We couldn’t afford a flashy, colored magazine at the start, color copy came later, along with a website presence. Published monthly and offered Free to residents and visitors it soon became the area’s most sought after green living guide.
- Green Energy
- Organic Gardening
- Home Improvement
- Family and Parenting
- Natural Pet Care
- Health and Wellness
- Country Cooking & Healthy Recipes
- Fitness and Recreation
- Environmental News
- Green Living Tips
The Country Time Gazette has been serving the advertising and online marketing needs of small businesses in the South-central Wisconsin area since 2004.
We specialize in local business online marketing, reputation management and social media for companies wanting to build their profile on the web.
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“We love helping local businesses with their marketing needs, as well as sharing what we’ve learned over the years about green living and self-reliance. We hope to inspire you to live an eco-friendly lifestyle too.”
We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect. – Aldo Leopold