Outdoor Indiana magazine features round barns

The January-February issue of Outdoor Indiana magazine features a cover story on the movement to preserve the Hoosier state’s round and polygonal barns.
Such barns were always rare, even in their heyday. At least 226 such barns were built in Indiana between 1874 and 1936, more than in any other state. Only 73 are left.
The 48-page full-color magazine also includes an article on the various ways and whys people volunteer at Indiana’s state park properties, and another on the land that was acquired for preservation by the Harrison Conservation Trust, Bicentennial Nature Trust and Healthy Rivers INitiative in 2017.
Outdoor Indiana is available now at most Barnes & Noble stores for $4. A one-year, six-issue subscription costs $15. A two-year subscription costs $28. Subscribe online for yourself or as a gift or read excerpts at OutdoorIndiana.org . New subscriptions ordered before Feb. 1 will receive a 2018 calendar while supplies last.
The 2018 Outdoor Indiana calendar costs $10 if purchased by itself, and is available by calling (317) 233-3046. Magazine subscriptions can be purchased at the same phone number.


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