From the fields of his family’s farm to the publishing and printing tables in Regina, 14-year-old Carson Green of Mossbank is proving to be an inspiration to other young entrepreneurs.
Green was born and raised as a farm boy. He also ran businesses raising and selling bunnies and pigs. Now he’s also a published author and entrepreneur with his magazine business.
He started the business of Everything Country Magazine in May of 2021 when he released his first issue. He’s now released three issues and he’s established a steady business with sponsorships, selling ads, and of course, selling magazines.
The magazines are comprised of articles he’s written about agriculture, ranching, farming, fishing, and rodeos, he includes opinion pieces about current world issues, and he writes his own short stories that are included in each magazine. He also interviews significant people in the rodeo and farming world and he’ll break those interviews down in his articles. He also currently employs one of his friends to report on rodeos.
As for the photography in the magazines, he, his friend/employee, and his family take all the photos themselves.
It’s truly a homemade, heartfelt, and informational magazine.
He shares that his community has shown nothing but support for his initiative. He’s had past sponsorships and ads with Regina Fastprint, Hawks Agro in Gravelbourg, TD Agriculture Services, Shadow Ranch, J-Mas Agronomy, Peak Veterinary Health, South Country Equipment, and that’s only naming a few.
A hard copy of Everything Country Magazine can be bought for $15 or a virtual PDF version of the magazine can be bought for only $5 by emailing Green at email@example.com or by calling or texting him at 1-639-355-7109 or through his website (listed below).
Discover Moose Jaw’s Katherine Ludwig had the opportunity to talk with Green about his inspirations, his processes, and what he’s been up to now. You can watch the full interview below.
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