Every issue is packed with practical articles, do-it-yourself building plans, product reviews, reader advice and made more alive and interesting with humor, wonderful photographs, and a fresh outlook, providing a comprehensive handbook for country folks to living the bucolic countryside.
Whether you have been residing in the country side your whole life or have just recently moved beyond the city limits, you will find the articles pertinent to the rural lifestyle featured in the magazine very helpful, ranging from tips on how to choose the best kind of wood to interviews with individuals who have made an impact to their localities.
The magazine can be interactive, providing an interface for readers looking for some products, services, tips and information find other readers who respond to their query because they can provide them with these needs. Whether they are looking for or can provide details on quilting patterns, gardening tips or jam recipes, Grit has a space dedicated for this kind of interaction among readers.
In every issue, a story from a reader who underwent a terrible experienced is also featured. Such sad experiences include a widow who took the helm of managing the farm after the death of her husband or a farmer who lived to tell his ordeal of a tractor toppling over him.
Published since 1882, Grit is now digitally available and can be downloaded using various platforms including iPad, Mac, Android and PC.