Eating Homegrown: Ways to Enjoy the Produce Chefs Love
Three options for bringing the lush produce chefs use at local restaurants home to your kitchen
Amanda Heckert2 min read
Bee Public: A Firsthand Look at Beekeeping
Last year, writer Kate Franzman quit her office job to become an Indy beekeeper. Here, the adventures she’s had a long the way.
Kate Franzman5 min read
Indy DIY: Subscribe to Community Supported Agriculture
From beet greens to kohlrabi, fresh produce can be easily had by subscribing to one of these local CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture).
IM Editors1 min read
The New Hoosier Farmers
From Big Ag to organic, rural to urban, and scientist to traditionalist, the following profiles highlight the diverse attitudes and approaches of Indiana’s current agrarian class.
Evan West2 min read
The New Hoosier Farmer: Is a City Girl
If you believe that Indiana farmers are weather-hardened old men who grow corn and soybeans, you might look at these tidy patches of naturally raised produce and see a garden—and, in the pretty thirtysomething who tends them, a gardener.