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South Circle Farm

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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

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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.

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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).

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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.

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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.

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