Earth Day news
Indiana Farm Bureau members celebrated Earth Day, acknowledging the importance of land and the measures farmers take to protect it.
As we celebrate Earth Day, let’s take a moment to commemorate the contributions of Indiana farmers to providing the food, fiber and fuel security of the United States.
I’m a third-generation farmer. I love that it’s natural for farmers to speak of our calling in terms of generations.
Spring has sprung! In honor of Earth Day and for your culinary enjoyment, let’s chat about growing herbs.
Every day is Earth Day to a farmer. Preserving and protecting our natural resources has always been and will always be a priority in every aspect of food production.
Spring is my favorite time of year on the farm. Our mama cows are welcoming their calves. The fields are green, and everything feels a little more vibrant with life.
Indiana Farm Bureau celebrated Earth Day by highlighting the importance of natural resources to farmers. From cover crops and manure management to reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, Hoosier farmers are providing nutritious food while being good stewards of the land.
I enjoy a good story, hearing where folks have come from and what their passions are, learning the history of a place, understanding how innovation is opening new doors on the farm. Stories help us understand our neighbors and our world, and we were all meant to be lifelong learners.
Leaders from Indiana and across the United States celebrated Earth Day.
Climate concerns have been making headlines in recent months. While the renewed interest in climate is partially due to the Biden administration’s focus on the topic, one of the conversation’s main drivers is the feasibility of carbon markets.
This spring, as we near Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, the thought hits me how I’m actually very grateful for recycling and the way my family, the neighborhood and our city has embraced it. It was so difficult when we started out, wasn’t it? But now, we do it as second nature.