Southern Indiana's unusual weather this winter has meant that sappers at Burton's Maplewood Farms have had to get a jump start on tapping maple trees.
The James Beard Foundation's 2012 Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists were announced last week, and three Indiana chefs are on the list.
Selling raw milk is illegal in Indiana, but residents find ways around it despite the ban.
A report released by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago shows a 25-percent increase in Midwest agricultural land values over the last year.
"We're both Hoosier boys, born and bred," co-founder Clay Robinson says about himself and co-founder Dave Colt.
This weekend in Denver, Colorado, breweries large and small competed at the Great American Beer Festival to show they had the hops.
Almost two thirds of adults in Indiana are overweight or obese, but the state budget doesn't include the funds to tackle this public health issue.
Indiana is one of 14 states receiving a failing grade when it comes to solving foodborne illness cases quickly.
A Randolph County, Indiana farmer has been cited for spraying 200,000 gallons of hog manure onto a field resulting in major fish kills in local waterways.
Recent studies published by the USDA and Feeding America find that food insecurity has increased in the United States.
One backyard pond in Martin County, Indiana has been providing freshwater shrimp to Midwestern seafood lovers for seven years.
The USDA's 2010 National Farmers Market Directory lists 6,132 farmers markets nationwide, 16 percent more than in 2009 when the agency reported 5,274.
For Earth Eats' new blogger, Alex Smith the value of a community garden is more than just the food, it's the connections people make with one another.
We're celebrating the new year by taking a look back at some of our favorite recipes and interviews of 2009. This week: water buffalo, and oyster stew.
Rebecca and Jim Fiedler are big city transplants keeping busy by holistically, humanely and sustainably raising beef, lamb, and chickens in Rome, Indiana