Indiana Landmarks News

Rural Preservation

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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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Schoolhouse Gets Landmark Status
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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Arnold Award Winners Remain Rooted in Tradition
News, Rural Preservation

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

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Maroska Farm
Preserving Family and Farm Heritage
News, Rural Preservation

Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau rewarded the Maroska family’s stewardship of Walnut Leaf Farm with our 2015 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation, presented on Farmer’s Day at the Indiana State Fair

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