ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HomeGardenandHomestead.com has been launched as an online resource site where media professionals can download home and garden editorial content. The site is described as "the media guide to smart modern living" because of its broad content about new home and garden products ranging from natural personal care and household products to new vegetable seed varieties and greenhouses.
"Home, Garden and Homestead is the media resource guide to the growing marketplace of products and services that enhance independent and natural living," said Randall Schultz, president of Schultz Communications, the company that launched the site. "Whether they live in urban areas, suburban homes or multi-acre homesteads, nearly 78 million Americans are now part of a sustainable lifestyle movement."
Ready-to-Download Files From the Home page of Home, Garden and Homestead it's easy to click on feature stories about a new device called Twist and Seal that keeps electrical cord connections safe and dry, biodegradable cocopots from Bluestone Perennials that eliminate transplant shock, and Botanical Interests' commitment to GMO-free seeds. From the bottom of the Home page you can click on an icon to download a PDF file of all the Spring 2013 content from the site.
The first edition of content at www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com includes 13 ready-to-use round-up stories in categories that include natural pet products, non-GMO seeds, natural pest controls, and garden tools and accessories. Each story includes an introduction and information about several new products. All of this content is accessible from the Spring 2013 Edition navigation bar at the left side of the Home page.To download text and digital image files, simply click on the Media Room link for a list of text and JPEG image files that can be instantly downloaded. All of the content on www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com is royalty and copyright free, and it can be used and disseminated by any editor, writer, blogger, producer or media person. Consumers interested in home, garden and homestead content are also welcome to visit the site. The blog at www.HomeGardenandHomestead.com will keep visitors (both media professionals and consumers) informed with the latest stories and comments about trends and products for independent and sustainable living. Media professionals and consumers are also invited to subscribe to the free Home, Garden and Homestead eNewsletter by filling out the quick subscription form (located at the bottom left corner of the Home page).