Indiana people and places, off-the-beaten path and rural lifestyle stories.
Turfgrass Science Grows Baseball Fields, Home Lawns
Baseball fields, golf courses and home landscaping cultivate the need for turfgrass science programs.
Two Maids a Milking
Sisters-in-law Amy and Liz Kelsay, who blog as Two Maids a Milking, love farm life and down-home cooking....
What is a Decker Melon?
What is a Decker melon? Only one of the sweetest, juiciest, heftiest, most sought-after melons in Indiana you...
Decker Melon Memories
A 90-year-old Decker, Indiana, woman recalls early memories of the state's famous Decker melons.
A Latte With Ott, A. [Blog Spotlight]
Ott's blog, A Latte with Ott, A., features posts about baking and canning, what she's growing in her...
Setting Up Your Base Camp
Planning to hunt wild turkey in this spring? An online resource offers a quick and simple way to...
Barn in the U.S.A.
Indiana Landmarks' Rural Preservation Council and the Indiana Farm Bureau co-sponsor an annual award that recognizes exemplary preservation...
Celebrate Black History Month in Indiana
Indiana celebrates national Black History Month in February, coinciding with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass....
Indiana African American Heritage Trail
The self-guided Indiana African American Heritage Trail includes more than 15 sites (and growing), spanning six southern Indiana...
Indiana Oktoberfests Honor German Heritage
With nearly 25 percent of Hoosiers claiming German roots, the German culture is woven into the state’s fabric....