Category Archives: Environmental Education

Great Gifts For The Holidays

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Great Gifts For The Holidays

Purchase online here through our partner’s site Beverly & 3rd Purchase online here through our partner’s site Beverly & 3rd

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2020 Spring

The TFI Board is extremely proud of the amount of work that continues at Tryon Farm Institute. In difficult times, connections with nature are an amazing salve to the upheaval around us. Thank you for all those who continue to

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2020 Spring

The TFI Board is extremely proud of the amount of work that continues at Tryon Farm Institute. In difficult times, connections with nature are an amazing salve to the upheaval around us. Thank you for all those who continue to

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2019 Year In Review

2019 was a very fun and productive year at Tryon Farm Institute.  Hats off to TFI’s volunteers (board members, governing members and friends) who put in countless volunteer hours to produce wonderful programming and land restoration efforts. Education and outreach efforts put

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2019 Year In Review

2019 was a very fun and productive year at Tryon Farm Institute.  Hats off to TFI’s volunteers (board members, governing members and friends) who put in countless volunteer hours to produce wonderful programming and land restoration efforts. Education and outreach efforts put

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June Garden Talks

June 8th  Saturday – 10:00 Barn Office Invasive Walk Using Indiana DNR and Purdue University websites as resources, I will discuss the meaning of the word “invasive”, point out plants that are too numerous at Tryon Farm and compare methods of control.  The

June Garden Talks

June 8th  Saturday – 10:00 Barn Office Invasive Walk Using Indiana DNR and Purdue University websites as resources, I will discuss the meaning of the word “invasive”, point out plants that are too numerous at Tryon Farm and compare methods of control.  The