DANVILLE, Ind. — Purdue Extension and the Indiana Land Resources Council has announced the development of a new document series designed to assist local governments on current and emerging land-use issues.
Titled “Community Planning for Agriculture and Natural Resources,” the series will be unveiled at the Indiana Land Use Summit Aug. 28 at the Hendricks County Conference Center, Danville.
The day-long workshop will include an overview of the series, guest speakers, breakout sessions and panel discussions.
Cost is $40, which includes lunch and a hard copy of the series. Register at conf.purdue.edu/ilus.