Small Indiana produce farms are achieving success with fresh vegetables outside the traditional growing season.
Find a fresh tree for the holiday season at one of Indiana’s family-owned Christmas tree farms.
This year’s drought affected farmers and homeowners alike, but Indiana state resources helped to deal with the consequences.
Visit HighPoint Orchard & Winery in Greensburg for farm fresh food, historic beauty, delicious doughnuts and a charming events space.
Persimmon grower Jerry Lehman strives to commercialize persimmons to benefit consumers and provide income for Hoosier farmers.
Cantaloupe growers explain why Southern Indiana is the ideal region for growing melons, thanks to its soil composition and temperate climate.
A 90-year-old Decker, Indiana, woman recalls early memories of the state’s famous Decker melons.
Peppermint and spearmint have been grown in Indiana since the late 1800s. Today, the state ranks fourth in the nation in the production of peppermint and fifth in spearmint.
These are the best types of Christmas trees to take home for the holidays.
Looking for Indiana pumpkin patches, or do you want to find the best recipe for pumpkin pie?
More farmers are offering intricately designed corn mazes to get the public back to the farm, while having fun and teaching them about today’s technology-driven agriculture.
There’s no tastier fall treat than this cool twist on Indiana apple cider: the cider slushie.
Even if you don’t have a farmhouse, you can still consider saving some of summer’s bounty for cold winter days just like Grandmother did.
The third-generation farming family owns and operates one of the largest garden centers and produce stands in Indiana. Johnson’s Farm Produce is located in Hobart with a second location on Highway 30 in Valparaiso.
More than 6 percent of all watermelons grown in the U.S. each year are grown in Indiana. Each harvesting season, over 7,500 acres of watermelons are grown in Indiana and Illinois.
These young couples are passionate about continuing their families’ legacies of farming while educating the public about the farm-to-fork process.
Watch this video to learn more about how Indiana farmers are working to expand their farm base, bring in new revenue, connect with the land, increase conservation efforts and reach out to new customers.
For Tracy and Christina Hunter, honey is a way of life. Though they both have full-time jobs as teachers, they also carry on a 100-year legacy of beekeeping at Hunter’s Honey Farm.
While going green is a popular and environmentally savvy choice these days, Hoosiers also can’t go wrong going red with juicy, homegrown Red Gold tomatoes.
Farmers all across the country are making an effort to be kind to the environment by taking advantage of the latest technology.
Can you imagine using soybeans instead of coffee beans? That’s what Americans did during the Civil War, due to the scarcity of coffee. Read on for more soybean trivia.
Most Hoosiers know that Indiana is part of the nation’s Corn Belt. Check out these other corn-related kernels of knowledge.
While October wasn’t officially declared National Popcorn Poppin’ Month until 1999, the holiday has been celebrated for more than 25 years.