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Ropp Agricultural Building

Location:
Ropp Agricultural Building 301 N. Main Street
Normal, IL

The Ropp Agricultural Building is home to the Department of Agriculture, and includes classrooms, several laboratories, and judging arena, and offices.

The Ropp Agricultural Building was completed in 1982 and was named for a long-time supporter of agricultural education in Illinois and at Illinois State, Clarence R. Ropp. Mr. Ropp served on the Teachers College Board from 1953–63.

Upcoming Public Events

October 2020

ISU Horticulture Center’s Pumpkin Make & Take

Date:
Thursday, October 1st
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Create a Halloween masterpiece for your home. All materials provided - $35 October 1st 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Located in the Ropp Agriculture Building, Room 107F Next to Hancock Stadium on Main Street Contact Jessica Chambers at (309) 438-3496 or horticulture@ilstu.edu to register or if you have questions. All proceeds go to the ISU Horticulture Center – so that they can continue to make things grow!

November 2020

ISU Horticulture Center’s Wreath/Basket Make & Take

Date:
Wednesday, November 18th
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

ISU Horticulture Center Make & Take Wreath Making or Evergreen Basket Arrangement November 18th & 19th – 5 - 8 p.m Ropp Agriculture Building – Room 107F (Located next to the Hancock Stadium on Main Street) Back by popular demand! Join us to create your own one-of-a-kind wreath or evergreen basket arrangement, using fresh greens from Nick Pershey’s Christmas Tree Farm.  You can also craft a fabulous fascinator headpiece to show off during holiday festivities. All materials provided.  $35 or…

ISU Horticulture Center’s Wreath/Basket Make & Take

Date:
Thursday, November 19th
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

ISU Horticulture Center Make & Take Wreath Making or Evergreen Basket Arrangement November 18th & 19th – 5 - 8 p.m Ropp Agriculture Building – Room 107F (Located next to the Hancock Stadium on Main Street) Back by popular demand! Join us to create your own one-of-a-kind wreath or evergreen basket arrangement, using fresh greens from Nick Pershey’s Christmas Tree Farm.  You can also craft a fabulous fascinator headpiece to show off during holiday festivities. All materials provided.  $35 or…