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.
Wine and dine along the Indiana Wine Trail with Spring into the Valley, one of the trail’s annual events.
Held at Burton’s Maplewood Farm in Medora, the National Maple Syrup Festival takes place during the first and second weekends in March each year. Find out what to expect at the sweet celebration.
Warm up this winter on the Uplands Indiana Wine Trail, featuring 9 wineries in the hills of Southern Indiana.
Find a fresh tree for the holiday season at one of Indiana’s family-owned Christmas tree farms.
Fair Oaks Pig Adventure, an interactive activity educating people about pig farming and agriculture, is set to open in summer 2013.
Leininger Farms is stressing the importance of voting in their 2012 corn maze design.
See the locations of some Indiana corn mazes on an interactive map, along with dates, admission price and contact information.
Many of Indiana’s farmers open their gates to pick-your-own customers or sell their pumpkins farmstand-style.
Visit HighPoint Orchard & Winery in Greensburg for farm fresh food, historic beauty, delicious doughnuts and a charming events space.
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.
Noble County’s countywide Farm to Fork tour – Indiana’s first – offers interactive experiences while you follow your food’s journey from how it’s grown to how it ends up on your dinner table.
Today’s society is said to be three generations removed from agriculture, but it’s important for people to know the story of where their food comes from.
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.
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.
Wineries flourish along three designated wine trails, making for plenty of opportunities to experience the full range of Indiana wines, plus other points of interest along the way.
Satek Winery opened in 2001, but like the grapes that grow in its vineyards, the roots of the award-winning winery sink deep in the Indiana soil.
The Harper Valley Farms pumpkin patch in Westport, Indiana, is open each fall from mid-September to Halloween, seven days a week, weather permitting.
Established in 1837, Kelsay Farms is a sixth-generation family farm hosting nearly 10,000 visitors and students each year.