Indiana State Department of Agriculture news
If you want to support Indiana businesses this Christmas, you might consider gifting the Indiana Grown Holiday Box — a curated box filled with Hoosier-made products.
A Turkish hardwoods trade mission was hosted by Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture. Indiana’s hardwood industry exports were valued at over $167 million in 2022.
Winners of the 2023 Indiana Agriculture Photo Contest were announced at the State Fair. From hot air balloons over a sunflower field, to a family’s pumpkin patch, the photos show the diversity of Indiana agriculture.
Indiana farmers have set a conservation record this year by planting an estimated 1.6 million acres of overwinter living covers, according to a recent survey.
More than 90 people attended the annual Ag Policy Summit at the Howard County Fairgrounds. Topics at the event included expanding conservation opportunities and the challenging financial landscape for farmers.
Indiana food banks will receive $2 million to support their efforts to feed Hoosiers this year. The funding is double of what was received last year.
Katie Nelson has been selected as deputy director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
The Indiana Conservation Partnership announced its 2022 conservation accomplishments, including ICP’s installation of over 47,000 new conservation practices, up more than 15,000 from 2021.
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture encourages motorists to be cautious during planting season.
Nineteen Indiana wood manufacturing firms have been included on the 2023 FDMC 300 list, which ranks the largest cabinet, furniture, millwork, store fixture, office/contract and component producers in North America.
Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed Don Lamb as the new executive director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
Don Lamb will start his role as executive director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture with firsthand knowledge of what farmers need.
Farmers know, perhaps better than most, that early planning can be a key ingredient to success. That principle also applies to childhood education.
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch announced the appointments for the Indiana Grown Initiative Commission.
“Saving” is a common thread running through many of the educational seminars at the 2023 Fort Wayne Farm Show.