Who Are We?
Sweetpea’s Evening Ag News is the independent voice and blog of Sweet Savannah Writing Services. We are dedicated to shining the spotlight on individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations involved in the diverse world of agriculture!
We also publish other articles of interest to those involved in the farming and gardening communities.
Tell Us Your Story…
Got news you’d like to share? If it has anything to do with growing crops, raising/showing livestock, backyard gardening, or anything else with direct links to the production of food and agricultural lifestyle… we would love to hear about it and feature you in an upcoming post!
Do you have your own agricultural blog or love to write on the topic? We welcome guest posters here too, and are happy to do swaps with other bloggers as well.
Let’s chat! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
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