Now Booking FREE Science Field Trips for the Fall!

Schedule your group for a FREE Science Field Trip &
Join us for a fun filled day of learning!!!

The IQhub is an educational center for agricultural history, innovation and exploration.  This 9,500 square foot facility, educates visitors on how farmers produce food and fiber, while exploring our foods route from farm to fork.  The IQhub is filled with educational and interactive exhibits, which will take guests through the history of agriculture.  Children and adults will enjoy exploring the 24 interactive museum quality exhibits, while the youngest visitors can investigate the Kids’ Korner… This is where; even the smallest children can learn where their food comes from.

The IQhub is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.  Operations are funded solely on donations, grants and sponsorships, from community partners and local businesses.  The IQhub has no admission charge and transportation grants are made available to reimburse schools and other non-profit organizations.  This provides FREE Science Field Trips for schools, so more people can utilize the facility to learn where our food comes from.

For more information contact the IQhub at (989) 227-3847 or IQ.Hub@agroliquid.com

IQhub is Closed Until Further Notice – Please Check Back for More Details

The IQhub is currently closed until further notice.  Please check back with us, for more details about re-opening.  We miss you all and are looking forward to seeing everyone in the future!

Currently, we are working on bringing the next guest exhibit into the IQhub… Stay tuned for more information.  Our next guest exhibit will be…

  • The Art, Culture and Heritage of Native Americans

Please email Emily (emily.crambell@agroliquid.com) if you have an interest in helping make the Native American Guest Exhibit a reality!

So far the IQhub has had four AMAZING Guest Exhibits!!! Let’s take a walk down memory lane and remember all the fun times we’ve had so far…

  • Military Heroes
  • Muscles, Music & More
  • Aviation Exploration
  • Art Explosion