Dubois County

Dubois County

Dubois County is a rural community in southern Indiana with a population of 42,543. Several towns and cities comprise Dubois County, including Jasper, Huntingburg, Ferdinand, Birdseye, Holland, Celestine, and Schnellville.

Residents and tourists alike enjoy the recreational and cultural resources of Dubois County, home to Patoka Lake, the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame, Jasper City Mill, Huntingburg League Stadium, the historic Astra Theatre, and year-round festivals and celebrations.

IU staff and faculty are currently working with Dubois County leaders and residents to identify projects. Check back here for a list of projects as they are announced.

Dubois County, Center for Rural Engagement partner on Sustaining Hoosier Communities projects

Indiana University and Dubois County are expanding their community development collaboration with the Center for Rural Engagement's Sustaining Hoosier Communities initiative.

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Sustaining involves helping, but most importantly, recognizing the fundamental characteristics of our community and through them, building up a community that supports growth in an equitable manner.

Rossina Sandoval, Director of Community Engagement, Southwest Dubois School Corporation