Interested in becoming a Hendricks County Master Gardener? We are now accepting registrations for our upcoming Purdue Master Gardener Basic Training Class! Classes will be held on Thursdays beginning January 7th, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds & Conference Complex.
The Purdue Master Gardener Program provides an opportunity for Indiana residents to increase their knowledge on a variety of horticultural subjects. The mission of the program is to provide research-based information and assistance in the areas of gardening and home horticulture through the use of trained and certified volunteers. Check out this page to learn more about the Hendricks County Master Gardener Association, and find out about gardening programs around the state!
Mark your calendars! We will be hosting a webinar on the health and production of sheeps and goats, presented by Extension Goat Specialist Dr. Kenneth Andries, and Dept. of Ag Field Vet Dr. Beth Johnson. Dec. 3, 2015, 7-9 PM at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds. Presentations include utilizing herd performance programs to increase productivity, causes and treatment of sheep and goat abortions, and the Vet. Feed Directive's impact on small ruminants. Please RSVP to the Extension Office.
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This two-day conference is one of many of Purdue Extension's responses to educational needs of small farmers, meeting demands created by movements such as local food, sustainability, organic/natural foods, and a desire to "return to the farm."