Fresh, juicy Indiana melons ripen in mid-summer. Here are some recipes utilizing cantaloupes, honeydew and watermelons as ingredients.
Baseball fields, golf courses and home landscaping cultivate the need for turfgrass science programs.
Cantaloupe growers explain why Southern Indiana is the ideal region for growing melons, thanks to its soil composition and temperate climate.
See the story of Abraham Lincoln’s childhood from the perspective of the 16th U.S. president in the new musical “A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale.”
A summer full of celebrations in 2012 will mark the 100th birthday of Bill Monroe, the father of bluegrass music, in his adopted hometown of Bean Blossom.
Sisters-in-law Amy and Liz Kelsay, who blog as Two Maids a Milking, love farm life and down-home cooking. And that’s what they write about, sharing their lives on and off the dairy farm with their online readers.
Just like using an umbrella instead of a newspaper for better protection during a rainstorm, an umbrella policy from Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance will protect more of your assets in the event of a catastrophic claim, lawsuit or judgment. You may think it can’t happen to you, but what if there’s an auto accident and…
What is a “pierogi”? A “busha”? A “babushka”? Expand your knowledge of all things Polish at the annual Pierogi Fest in Whiting.
Anyone who maintains a lawn can benefit from a lesson in turfgrass science.
Milk is being honored through the Year of the Dairy Cows at the 2012 Indiana State Fair. Before you head out to the celebration, soak up some of these dairy facts.
From limestone to live music, you’re sure to find plenty of things to see and do in Bloomington during the summer months.
This creamy cold cucumber soup uses avocado, as well as mint, parsley, yogurt and buttermilk, to make a refreshing green summer soup that requires no cooking.
There are many natural ways to prevent insects and weeds from destroying your home garden. Before grabbing the chemicals, anyone unfamiliar with using pesticides and herbicides should read on.
Even if it’s not basketball season, there are reasons beyond Indiana University to visit Bloomington, especially in the summer.
Read about Jack Gaby, who fires the cannon every day at the Indiana State Fair.
Create simple, no-cooking-required summer soups filled with Indiana favorites like corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and watermelon. Recipes include Southwestern Corn Chowder, Cucumber Avocado Soup and Watermelon Gazpacho.
What is a Decker melon? Only one of the sweetest, juiciest, heftiest, most sought-after melons in Indiana you can sink your teeth into on a hot summer afternoon.
The thrills you’ll find at Dagaz Acres are in the form of 70-foot-tall ziplines, but the adventure course offers far more than an adrenaline rush.
A 90-year-old Decker, Indiana, woman recalls early memories of the state’s famous Decker melons.
Juicy watermelon combines with garden herbs, bell peppers and cucumbers to create this summer soup that requires no cooking.
This no-cook summer corn chowder is a slightly chunky, grainy-textured soup due to the corn. If you like creamed corn, it’ll remind you of that.