Indiana INsider's Guide

Conner House Turns 200 This Year

In 1823, William Conner, a fur trader, Native American interpreter (and later politician), built one of the first brick homes in Central Indiana on land now known as Conner Prairie in Fishers. Be sure to make plans to make your way out there to visit the home when the outdoor grounds re-open for the…

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Four Spots for an Incredible Small Farm Experience

Indiana's farmers produce food for the world, so it is only natural that city dwellers are curious to get a taste of rural life! These four Indiana destinations each give visitors an incredible small farm experience. The Farm at Prophetstown 3534 Prophetstown Rd., Battle Ground; 765-567-4700;…

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Experience Modern Farming at Fair Oaks Farms

We lived on a dairy farm when first married so I know some of the challenges dairy farmers face and the steps involved in caring for livestock. For those of you who have not had that privilege—and yes, I consider living on a farm a privilege – you can learn about many details during a visit to Fair…

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Salomon Farm Celebrates Fiber Arts

As a country girl at heart, I love barns, especially big red barns. When I saw the big, red barn at Salomon Farm in northern Allen County, I was happy! That was not all that made me happy on the day I visited during their Fiber Arts Celebration. It will be held this year on May 15-16, 10am-3pm each…

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