Who better to lead the war against hunger than those who grow the food we eat? Learn more about the Farmers Feeding the World campaign.
Jim Campbell of the Pike Township Fire Department turned his passion for growing chili peppers into Mild to Wild Pepper and Herbs company.
Enter throughout June for your chance to win a prize pack of sauces and spices from Mild to Wild Peppers & Herb Co.
Learn more about agriculture at the Indiana State Fair’s newest attraction – the Glass Barn.
Get in touch with your artistic side and discover northern Indiana’s rich heritage on the Indiana Art and Earth Trail.
Adults and teens can enter in Indianapolis’ Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge to kick-start their culinary career.
Follow the adventures of central Indiana blogger Megan Kuhn on her blog, “Gal in the Middle.”
Indiana FFA Chapters are working with the Indiana Farm Bureau to increase agriculture literacy throughout the state.
Indiana Artisan Program highlights handmade food and gifts.
Indiana celebrates national Black History Month in February, coinciding with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. Here are ideas for honoring this history.
Satisfy your holiday sweet tooth with the Hendricks County’s annual HollyDays Cookie Trail.
Kokomo Opalescent Glass company shares its delicate art with buyers all over the world, from Disney to the Vatican.
Indiana blogger Cris Goode shares recipes and life stories on her GOODEness Gracious blog.
Leininger Farms is stressing the importance of voting in their 2012 corn maze design.
Take the kids for a day of educational and agricultural fun at Penden Farm’s annual Children’s Farm Festival in Monroe County.
March tornado leaves Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance customers feeling both sad and grateful.
Sample farm-fresh dishes from local chefs, watch cooking demonstrations, enjoy local music and more at the third annual Dig IN food festival in downtown Indianapolis.
More than 60 Hoosiers were interviewed for a new coffee table book, Food for Thought: An Indiana Harvest, published by Indiana Humanities.
Jen Pinkston’s blog, From Mess Hall to Bistro, features posts on original recipes and her culinary adventures while keeping up with four kids and a husband.
Today’s FFA Organization promotes leadership skills, career success, and valuable life experiences for members, both on and off the farm.
Entertain your children with F.S. “Steve” Haltom’s children’s book series, Cowbilly George.
The Indiana Farm Bureau is surveying farmers and growers to hear how the drought has affected them, their family and business.
As a result of the driest June on record since 1988, Purdue Extension has created a website to help farmers and the community manage issues caused by this year’s drought.
Find 4th of July celebrations in towns across Indiana including the patriotic-named Americus, Liberty and Patriot.
Baseball fields, golf courses and home landscaping cultivate the need for turfgrass science programs.
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.
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.
A 90-year-old Decker, Indiana, woman recalls early memories of the state’s famous Decker melons.
Ott’s blog, A Latte with Ott, A., features posts about baking and canning, what she’s growing in her garden, decorating, traveling Indiana in search of breaded tenderloins and her latest fashion finds.
Planning to hunt wild turkey in this spring? An online resource offers a quick and simple way to connect with landowners in your preferred hunting areas.
The winners of two of Indiana Farm Bureau’s most prestigious awards for young farmers share a love for agriculture, but they are accomplishing the goal of making it their life’s work in different ways.
Indiana Landmarks’ Rural Preservation Council and the Indiana Farm Bureau co-sponsor an annual award that recognizes exemplary preservation of a rural/agricultural farm building.
When the aroma of homemade muffins wafts through the air, there’s a good chance that Clabber Girl is involved. Learn about the past, present and future of the 160-year-old Terre Haute company.
Veterinarian Marybeth Feutz writes about her transition from Boston to rural farm life on her blog, Alarm Clock Wars. Topics include her garden, cooking, her four cats, and her husband and animal welfare.
The self-guided Indiana African American Heritage Trail includes more than 15 sites (and growing), spanning six southern Indiana counties.
With nearly 25 percent of Hoosiers claiming German roots, the German culture is woven into the state’s fabric. Oktoberfests provide an opportunity to share and celebrate that heritage.
Schimpff’s Confectionery is 120 years old yet remains a red-hot attraction in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana.
During harvest season or any other time of the year, be sure to follow these rural road safety guidelines for sharing the road with farmers and their large machinery.
How does a busy mom balance raising three kids, working full-time and running a household? Heather Hill does all that and still finds the time to blog about it.
Leah Beyer shares stories about her family, recipes, and photos of her kids, husband, dog, and her sometimes messy house on her blog, Beyer Beware.
Whether you’ve gone every year or you’ve never gone before, if you look, you’ll find that there are a lot of hidden gems at the Indiana State Fair.
Share your photos, and we’ll include the best shots on the IN Focus page of My Indiana Home magazine.
For more than 50 years, winners of the Indianapolis 500 have downed a glass of regular pasteurized milk after finishing their race.
These young couples are passionate about continuing their families’ legacies of farming while educating the public about the farm-to-fork process.
When weather forecasters predict winter storms for Indiana, it could be a mild storm with snow for a few hours or it could be a blizzard lasting several days. The Red Cross offers these tips for preparing for a winter storm.
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.
One of the best things about the holidays is driving around and seeing all the beautiful holiday decorations lighting up the night.
Celebrate National Pie Day on January 23 by indulging in the official Hoosier state pie: sugar cream pie.
Typically beginning in late September and peaking in mid-October, vibrant fall leaves are a sight to see in the Hoosier state.