Landowners will have the opportunity to learn about woodland management best practices, marketing timber, and managing invasive species by attending a Woodland Management Workshop this spring in Farmland.
Learn about upcoming programs and the latest resources from Purdue Extension-Delaware County, Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR).
Purdue Extension-Delaware County is planning a "forum" for those interested in local and regional food production, with a focus on small-scale and/or diversified farm operators marketing their products direct-to-consumer and/or to local and regional buyers. The forum (def. a place, meeting, or medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged) will be designed based on the needs and interests of participants.
A national survey--conducted by the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program and carried out by the Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC)--has documented for the second year in a row that farmers see a yield increase from the use of cover crops in corn and soybeans. It also provides information on the challenges and benefits that farmers see and expect with cover crops, costs of seed and establishment of cover crops, and how farmers learn to