There are some new and unique clubs for your kids to join.
Area kindergarten students got a lesson in agriculture complete with live animals.
After a dry season, farmers don't see this weekend's rain as welcome relief.
Future agriculture leaders in the area have been busy teaching their friends about leadership.
Students at Parkland College are working the land and their minds with hands-on-learning.
The Georgetown Fair Queen hopes to teach people about where their food comes from.
A new class to help urban beekeepers is coming to Champaign-Urbana.
A program for beginner farmers is helping people have a success business.
Steve Ayers tells us if the saying "knee high by the 4th of July" is ringing true this year!
Illinois Horse Progress Days kicks off on Friday.
Get ready to take a trip back in time during Penfield's Historic Farm Days.
Fisher's community fair is right around the corner.
Thousands come to the small town to see everything the fair has to offer.
County fairs are starting up in central Illinois, the University of Illinois Extension tells us about some of this summer's highlights.
People in FFA took to the state capitol to learn more about the agriculture industry.
Upcoming workshops help you get the most out of your soil.
The corn and soybeans in Illinois are right on track this growing season, our ag expert tells us more about how crops are progressing this month.
The key to having a successful crop is good soil.
Mother Nature is finally giving farmers the break they need to get back in the field, but they're still behind.
Sandy Mason takes us In The Garden for Ag Answers!
High school students in Monticello are putting on a show for kids to teach them about agriculture.
Fresh strawberries are a sign of summer, but this year we may be enjoying them a little later than usual.
The Morning Show gets a dose of royalty as the Miss Illinois County Fair Queen stops by the show.
ILLINOIS--- Farmers are anxious to get into the fields, but the recent heavy rain is pushing back the start date for planting.
Sandy Mason takes us In The Garden to tell us about a plant clinic.
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, your plants may need some help from the professionals.
Sandy Mason shows us what services are available.
Taking care of a pond near your home can be overwhelming, but several area organizations are getting together to help.
You may notice some greenery start to sprout in area fields, but the plants are likely ones that farmers don't want.
You may notice some green starting to sprout in the forest, Sandy Mason tells us more about these invasive plants.
It's spring, and people are ready to get out and plant their gardens.
Illini FS shows us how to make sure the season is a success.
Steve Ayers explains soil temperatures and how close we are to planting season based on those temps.
An upcoming event gives you the chance to get out of the house, exercise, and help a good cause all at the same time.
A new wine at Sleepy Creek Vineyards will spice up your Bloody Mary.
Sandy Mason tells us about new options for your spring garden.
Bruce Stikker explains how Springfield is working to keep farm and field nutrients out of our drinking water.
Cynthia and Drew get a pop quiz on agriculture- see how they did.
Knowing how your food gets to your table is important for families who want to give their kids the very best.
Farmers are preparing their equipment to head out into the fields when the weather gets warmer.
The University of Illinois is getting ready to show off for thousands of potential students.
The sequester that's set to trigger automatic cuts starting today, could have a big impact on the agriculture industry.
Sandy Mason shows us what we should look for in seeds when we're thinking about planting our garden.
Sandy Mason shows us what we can prune this time of year.
The Champaign County Soil and Water Conservation District is working to restore wetlands near St. Joseph.
Students in Monticello are getting ready for a week long celebration of the FFA organization.
Sandy Mason shows us how to cut flowers correctly and arrange our own bouquets.
If you want to give your sweetheart something other than the traditional Valentine's Day roses, Sandy Mason has some ideas.
Farmers have the chance to learn more about crop insurance.
If you're looking for a Valentine's Day gift for your sweetheart, one man's hobby may help you out.
He makes jewelry from animal droppings.
Don't be alarmed if your trees look different when you're walking around your yard this time of year.
Sandy Mason explains why.
It's cold outside, but inside we're spicing things up with Sandy Mason.
She shows us how to grow spices indoors.