Apply for the Washington, D.C., internship program by November 2, for the chance to take part in a life-changing experience.
Illinois State University’s Horticulture Center will hold its 10th annual Autumnal Festival from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, September 19.
“A Literary Soiree,” a special event to debut the new Literary Garden at Illinois State University’s Horticulture Center, will be September 11. Tickets are available.
Mac Condill ’99 is the owner and operator of The Great Pumpkin Patch (TGPP) in Arthur, Illinois, where thousands of visitors every fall experience the harvest season alongside the Condill family.
Four recently retired agriculture professors have a combined 130 years teaching at Illinois State. They reflect on what has changed, what hasn’t, and what is to come.
Please join Illinois State University’s Department of Agriculture at the Farm Progress Show this fall. The department will be hosting a tent, and alumni and friends are invited to stop by and visit.
A family farm turned agritourism destination co-owned by Illinois State alum Ryan Richardson ’03 just unveiled a massive corn maze intricately designed to honor the Stanley Cup-winning Blackhawks.
Illinois State’s latest crop of visiting students from Brazil are digging deep into the science of horticulture this summer through an internship at the University’s outdoor laboratory.
Illinois State University’s Department of Agriculture will host the annual Harvey S. Woods Golf Classic Friday, July 24, at the Weibring Golf Club in Normal.
Tell someone you work at the University and the same question is consistently asked: Do you teach? About 1,400 do at Illinois State, but many others are needed away from the classroom in jobs that are often unusual.