I’m proud to say that I’m now part of the Village Green Network, a blog network focused on whole, natural, nutrient-dense food. A benefit of being in their network is that they handle advertising for me so I can 1) eventually have a financially self-sustaining blog, and 2) focus on blogging vs. spending time dealing with everything involved in finding, vetting, and maintaining advertisers on my own.
Where can I get raw milk? What is the best cod liver oil? These are the kinds of questions we real food bloggers get every day. So, Village Green Network maintains a Marketplace to provide the blog network’s readers with resources for cooking and learning about traditional and slow foods.
The Marketplace has links to sponsoring companies, farms, and non-profit organizations that I can wholeheartedly recommend. I want to make it clear that the Marketplace links are paid advertisements. If you click through to the Marketplace from anywhere on my site (generally via links in recipes, or banner ads), I do earn a small amount of money in a “pay per click” set up. The money I earn keeps me blogging, and bringing my readers information about real food.
Village Green Network is highly selective and will never include anyone they can’t fully endorse. All the sponsored listings are reputable, trustworthy companies with good people — and they wouldn’t be on this list if we didn’t believe in them.
If you are interested in advertising on Village Green Network, please click here.