Who We Are
For more than 30 years, Stephen Morris has helped companies and non-profit organizations define their missions and develop effective marketing strategies. His career has spanned a variety of industries ranging from woodstoves (Vermont Castings) to solar panels to books (Chelsea Green in White River Junction). He is co-founder of The Public Press, a book-publishing business that provides options for writers whose works are too specialized for traditional publishers. He is also editor and publisher of the quarterly magazine Green Living and the author of six books, most recently the novel, Stripah Love. His latest work is The New Village Green (New Society Publishers), which he edited.
Approximate Territory We Serve
Green Living has been publishing environmental news since 1990. Our focus is on the practical and positive: most articles focus on how the reader can help the environment or improve their health. We make important information friendly and readable.
While Green Living is primarily distributed in parts of New England, Oregon and Northernmost California, its articles are almost always of national interest. Like an ecominded Utne, we scan many publications for the most interesting stories around. Most of our columns are reprints from larger, slicker magazines (translation: even though we're a small operation, we have top quality articles). Since most of our articles have a how-to focus, they make good reference material.
We print 48,000 copies of Green Living every quarter. Most are distributed free at nearly 900 locations in the locations described above. Those who live outside our distribution areas or want to support us can subscribe (see subscription info).
If you'd like to know more about advertising in Green Living (and our excellent rates), contact us at the addresses shown below. For all non-rate advertising information please read our Advertising Information section.