Gene Stratton-Porter (1863—1924) was a farm-raised Hoosier author, widely popular in the 1900’s. May of her books were adapted into films, popular in the 1920’s. Stratton-Porter was also a lover of nature and avid supporter of wetland protections in Indiana. Join us at The Farm at Prophetstown to learn more about this Indiana author, her literature, legacy, and her connection to modern-day conservation. FREE with park admission. 1:00pm-2:00pm.