All posts tagged "Prairie State Perspective"
Coaxing Kids to be Cool With the “Uncool”
A farm mom strives to instill values in her children that may contradict what society deems as "cool."...
Farm Supply Buys Prove to Be a Bargain
Financial planning on the farm leads to holiday bargain hunting.
Farm Creates Country-Style Christmas
Illinois farm family incorporates the country style into Christmas decor.
Farmers halt their own harvest to help a family in need.
Thankfulness for the Giving
Wildfire and hurricane victims grateful for help from rural Illinois.
Remembering Favorite Fall Farm Activities
Weiner roasts have evolved, but they're still a fall-time farm favorite.
Working on Work Ethic
Farms grow corn and have contributing members of society.
4-H Showcases ‘Learning to Do’
4-H helps kids develop lifelong skills.
Illinois Farmers Channel a “Do-It-Yourself” Mentality
Farmers have long adopted a "do-it-yourself" attitude.
Getting Ready for Go-Time
Hoping go-time lacks down-time on the farm.