INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of Indiana Grown members recently had an opportunity to come together at the Indiana Statehouse and share with legislators and statewide officials the importance of a program like Indiana Grown.

What Indiana Grown means to members

Marsha Quarles of Marsha’s Specialty Desserts and Tierney’s Catering takes a break from passing out sweet treats and talking with legislators during Indiana Grown Day at the statehouse.

“Indiana Grown means so much, because it provides us with opportunities and chances to network. It’s a fabulous organization and they make you feel like you are partners with them.”

What Indiana Grown means to members

Marlen Wensel of Apricot Sun, a Mediterranean food bar, serves up one of her tasty dishes.

“Indiana Grown helps spread the word about food. They support us as local producers, and they make us feel part of something and we belong to a community.”

What Indiana Grown means to members

Glen May with Indiana Kitchen passes out samples of ham to legislators.

“We are probably on of Indiana Grown’s biggest members. We’re still fairly young in the meat industry.”

Ashley Langreck can be reached at 800-426-9438, ext. 192, or alangreck@agrinews-pubs.com. Follow her on Twitter at: @AgNews_Langreck.

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