Indiana Landmarks News

Rural Preservation

Mitsch Farm bungalow, Floyd County
News, Rural Preservation

Tucked into the hilly terrain of southern Indiana, the historic Sillings-Schoen-Mitsch farm includes nearly 160 acres of prime real estate just 15 minutes from downtown Louisville.

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Rural Preservation

For their extraordinary commitment to two historic farms, the Mears family of Carroll County wins our 2019 John Arnold Award

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Press Releases, Rural Preservation

Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau present award to Mears family.

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Hopewell Barn, Urbana
Rehabs & Renovations, Rural Preservation

As so many of Indiana’s historic barns fall to neglect and obsolescence, one woman found a way to put her family’s vintage barn to beautiful new use.

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News, Rural Preservation

For preserving their historic farmstead in Lawrence County, Ann and Stan Armstrong won the 2018 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation from Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau.

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Press Releases, Rural Preservation

Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau present annual Arnold Award to Stan and Ann Armstrong

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Rural Preservation

Tim and Beth Sheets’ careful stewardship of their Howard County family farm merited the 2017 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation.

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News, Rural Preservation

One of a dwindling number of historic rural schools in the Wabash Valley, a two-room schoolhouse offers a picture of nineteenth-century learning in Vigo County.

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News, Rural Preservation

A Boone County Christmas tree farm receives our 2016 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation

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