2022 Old Farmers Almanac
2022 Old Farmer’s Almanac Arrives with Chilling Winter Forecast
“Season of Shivers” awaits most of the U.S.; new edition also features stories of small farmers, award-winning five-ingredient recipes, the cold truth about hail, the art of animal tracking, and more!
The 2022 Old Farmer’s Almanac comes with a winter warning: Prepare for a “Season of Shivers.”
According to the latest edition of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, this winter will be punctuated by positively bone-chilling, below-average temperatures across most of the U.S.
“This coming winter could well be one of the longest and coldest that we’ve seen in years,” says Janice Stillman, editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac. For 230 years, the Almanac has been helping readers to prepare for winter’s worst with its 80 percent–accurate weather forecasts.
In addition to its much-anticipated weather forecasts, The Old Farmer’s Almanac is known for being “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor.” Highlights from the 2022 Almanac include . . .
• Gardening tips for growing a rainbow of dahlias or a patch of pumpkins (hint: the bumpier the skin, the sweeter the taste!), plus how to make scents of potpourri.
• Recipes that make the most of the season, along with award-winning dishes and desserts that use five or fewer ingredients!
• Dispatches from small farmers, including how they fared during 2020 and continue to diversify for the future.
• The art and science of animal tracking, plus how to read Mother Nature’s signs to choose a fishing spot.
All this awaits in the 2022 Almanac, along with stories about gargantuan hail (is it becoming more common?); the 50th anniversary of an epic international sports showdown; an examination of teeth, from cradle to grave; the 17-year-old design genius behind the 50-star American flag; unique tourist locations that let visitors get up close to saints, war heroes, and even Roy Rogers’s horse; 2022 home and lifestyle trends; and so much more!
The 2022 Old Farmer’s Almanac is available for just $7.99 here at Red Hill General Store, an independent retailer.
There are other books out there that call themselves a “farmer’s almanac,” but The Old Farmer’s Almanac—with its familiar yellow cover and classic corner hole—is the original and most popular in North America.