Stretching 100 miles through five counties and 18 Illinois towns, More on Highway 34 isn’t your typical yard sale.
Celebrate June Dairy Month at one of Illinois’ longest-running festivals – Harvard Milk Days.
How Illinois residents celebrate the arrival of springtime.
Head to Bishop Hill, Illinois for the 2013 Prairie Queen Club Quilt Show.
The Illinois Ag Fun website can help locate your nearest farmers’ markets, orchards, wineries and pumpkin patches.
Nothing says Americana like a worn and weathered barn, and nearly 30 historic barns stand as living testimonies to McDonough County’s rich agricultural history.
Illinois cyclists can cruise dozen of trail options throughout the state.
Bring the whole family to the 13th Annual Pope County FFA Antique Tractor Show in Golconda.
Community hosts annual Dutch Days Festival to celebrate their heritage.
Equine enthusiasts gallop to horse hotels across Illinois.
Homemade strawberry bread, delicious quesadillas and more are waiting for you at What’s Cookin’ in Charleston, Illinois.
Take the guesswork out of gardening with Liane Doxey’s helpful book, The Garden Journal: The Essentials.
Learn about Fulton’s history at de Immigrant Windmill and Cultural Center in the Northwestern Illinois town.
Agriculture, history and creative culture shine in the Eastern Illinois city of Charleston.