All posts by ILFB Staff
Winter Garden and Yard Prep Leads to a Fast Start in the Spring
Tips to cure cabin fever and get you growing, even in the dead of winter.
Land: A Farmer’s Most Important Relationship With Mother Nature
For most farmers, the land they farm is their most important relationship with Mother Nature, regardless of whether...
Refresh, Repair, Renew Your Relationship
The Illinois Strong Couples project, launched in 2020 to help Illinois couples reconnect and improve their relationships.
Go Green and Get Real at an Illinois Christmas Tree Farm
A growing number of Illinoisans and are opting for the experience of picking out a real Christmas tree...
Buttery Holiday Stollen Recipe from Janie’s Mill
Enjoy a delicous recipe for Buttery Holiday Stollen from Janie's Mill in Iroquois County.
Ask a Farmer: What Will Be Your Biggest Challenge and Opportunity During the Next Year?
We asked Kane County farmer Wayne Gehrke about his biggest challenge and opportunity during the next year:
Fresh Air and Fun Await on Illinois Farms This Fall
Some beautiful fall days coupled with space to roam continue to offer opportunities to visit Illinois farms that...
Harvest Season Terminology
Exactly how big is an acre? How many pounds of corn are there in a bushel? Learn the...
Get GROWing at the St. Louis Science Center’s GROW Gallery
Find out why you should plan a visit to the GROW Pavilion and Gallery at the St. Louis...
How Farmers Are Adapting to the Coronavirus Pandemic
This year’s coronavirus pandemic put a remarkable strain on the agriculture industry, prompting farmers across the country to...