The Illinois Ag Fun website can help locate your nearest farmers’ markets, orchards, wineries and pumpkin patches.
This Friday, March 15, at 9:07 a.m., tune in to the new “Town & Country Partners” segment on the “RFD Today” radio show.
What is a modern cottage garden, and what are the plants grown there? Compact, colorful, fragrant, informal and utilitarian are all adjectives used to describe cottage gardens.
The American Farm Bureau celebrates Food Check-Out Week in February to benefit Ronald McDonald House charities.
Learn the difference between partial shade, full shade and deep shade – and which plants thrive in each.
Kane Custom Calving in Western Illinois allows 350 to 550 cows to give birth on his farm each calving season.
Equine enthusiasts gallop to horse hotels across Illinois.
Organic or synthetic? Fertilizer facts help gardeners decide which is best for their plants.
Illinois’ nursery sector contributes significantly to their economy.
Take the guesswork out of gardening with Liane Doxey’s helpful book, The Garden Journal: The Essentials.
Check out what is going on this spring with the Illinois Farm Families program.
A family learns life lessons that feed the soul through gardening.
Twice a year, a stretch of road in the La Rue-Pine Hills Ecological Area closes for snakes and amphibians to make their way across.
Take a trip to Mill Creek Farm in Quincy for fresh-picked spring strawberries and asparagus.