Main Street Mercantile is the theme of our next issue of Nourish and Flourish, an established national special interest publication. We will take our readers on a journey across the country to meet the farmers, artisans, producers, and other makers who are showcased on our pages through positive, interactive stories, recipes, and beautiful images to inspire others to shop online and support local businesses, hassle-free and safe.
This is your ultimate resource to thoughtful gift giving. Featuring products from the farm and garden to home goods, kitchen and cooking essentials, bath, home office, furniture, pet products, seasonal recipes and so much more.
Let’s turn our buying power back to small businesses and support local “Main Street America”! Together, we have the experience and skills to encourage hope and share stories to encourage a more positive, healthy, and prosperous future.
We are carefully choosing participants and corporate sponsors now and we would love to learn more about your story. Space is limited so contact us today!
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Fall / Winter Release Date: October 2020 - this issue will be available on national newsstands through January 2021.
An expanded dynamic digital edition will also be available on ISSUU, PressReader, and Magzster.
Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
Larger companies that are based in the United States and have products that are “Made in America” and /or are avid about supporting local farmers, growers, artisans, other makers, and small businesses are welcome to become a patron and help underwrite a section, story, or recipe. Each collaboration is created exclusively between the producers and the sponsor via our creative team.
This is a must have for every home library! We are so proud to have featured Nicole England's book in Volume 2 of Nourish and Flourish. Just as every home is different, so is every dog. In this stunningly photographed book of architecturally superb houses—many of them architects’ own homes—readers see ho the presence of a dog brings warmth and life to the most dramatic spaces.
“Photographing people’s homes on a regular basis, I soon realized that the shoots I enjoyed most were the ones where dogs were present,” writes author and photographer Nicole England. “It didn’t matter how imposing the architecture, how serious the home owner, or how earnest the architect might be, some doggy hijinks could immediately bring an element of sociability, authenticity, and fun to the day.
Seemingly oblivious to the designer furniture, heritage considerations or serious design aesthetics, dogs can make themselves at home anywhere, and make any room feel more like home.
Order you book today!
Nicole England Photographer