Jamie Aramini

Writer and Editor with a Love for Local Food and Sustainability

I am a freelance writer and editor with 10+ years experience, working on a variety of projects. My resume includes 6 published books, multiple magazine and online articles, copywriting, editing, and social media management. As a full time freelancer, I enjoy the variety and challenge of taking on new projects. I especially enjoy helping businesses and individuals find their voice—either through writing a project from scratch to fit their unique identity or polishing up existing content to align with their ideal vision. I have experience with all aspects of publishing, from concept phase to final layout. My published children's books include The Adventures of Munford series, Eat Your Way Around the World, Geography Through Art, and two books currently in production. I have contributed to several magazines and online publications including Story Magazine, Modern Ink, Hobby Farms, 1798, and New Pioneer Magazine. I also built and maintain a blog called Sustainable Kentucky, a source for green news in the Bluegrass state with over 6,000 Facebook & Twitter followers. I would love to use my skills and experience to help you with your next project.
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5 Urban-Farming Projects That Need Your Support
hobbyfarms.comArticle
5 Urban-Farming Projects That Need Your Support
January, 18 2016
How to Organize a Seed Swap
hobbyfarms.comArticle
How to Organize a Seed Swap
January, 18 2016
How to Start an Urban Homestead Meet-Up Group
hobbyfarms.comArticle
How to Start an Urban Homestead Meet-Up Group
January, 18 2016
5 Ways to Start a Community Garden
hobbyfarms.comArticle
5 Ways to Start a Community Garden
January, 18 2016
Can I Sell at a Farmers’ Market as an Urban Farmer?
hobbyfarms.comArticle
Can I Sell at a Farmers’ Market as an Urban Farmer?
January, 18 2016
How to Start a Farmers’ Market
hobbyfarms.comArticle
How to Start a Farmers’ Market
January, 18 2016
Start Your Own Commercial Kitchen
realworldsurvivor.comArticle
Start Your Own Commercial Kitchen
January, 13 2016
Burning Question: How Can Local Food Be More Accessible?
hobbyfarms.comArticle
Burning Question: How Can Local Food Be More Accessible?
May, 11 2015
Burning Question: Will Small-Scale Farming Survive Without “Farm-to-Table”?
hobbyfarms.comArticle
Burning Question: Will Small-Scale Farming Survive Without “Farm-to-Table”?
March, 18 2015
7 Tips for Marketing Goat Meat
hobbyfarms.comArticle
7 Tips for Marketing Goat Meat
March, 9 2015
How to Build A $9,000 Off-Grid Cabin
realworldsurvivor.comArticle
How to Build A $9,000 Off-Grid Cabin
March, 2 2015
6 Tips For Homesteading Success
realworldsurvivor.comArticle
6 Tips For Homesteading Success
February, 25 2015
Rough Draft Farmstead: A Model Of Community-Supported Agriculture
realworldsurvivor.comArticle
Rough Draft Farmstead: A Model Of Community-Supported Agriculture
January, 13 2015
The Beginning Farmer’s Guide to Preparing for Drought
hobbyfarms.comArticle
The Beginning Farmer’s Guide to Preparing for Drought
July, 14 2014
5 Farm Chores Your Kids Will Say “Yes!” To
hobbyfarms.comArticle
5 Farm Chores Your Kids Will Say “Yes!” To
June, 16 2014
11 Rules for Beginning Farmers to Live By
hobbyfarms.comArticle
11 Rules for Beginning Farmers to Live By
February, 13 2014
Beginning Farmer’s Guide to Self-Sufficiency
hobbyfarms.comArticle
Beginning Farmer’s Guide to Self-Sufficiency
January, 23 2014
Interview: Heavenly Homestead Cheese
sustainablekentucky.comArticle
Interview: Heavenly Homestead Cheese
January, 25 2013
3 Responses to “Young Farmers: Jennings Hollow Farm”
sustainablekentucky.comArticle
3 Responses to “Young Farmers: Jennings Hollow Farm”
January, 8 2013
Harvest Coffee & Cafe Does Good While Doing Good Business
ediblelouisville.ediblecommunities.comArticle
Harvest Coffee & Cafe Does Good While Doing Good Business
April, 1 2015
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