Planting Season 2021: Be Safe on the Roads!
April 19, 2021
Planting season 2021 is well-underway throughout Indiana and the Midwest. Motorists should be aware of slow-moving farm equipment that will be traveling on the roads as farmers work to get their crops planted in a timely manner. Slow down and please be patient! Wait for a safe opportunity to pass, and eliminate distractions such as cell phones while driving.
Click the button below for a news release and video public service announcement about road safety during planting season presented by the Director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, Bruce Kettler.
Spring and Summer Severe Weather Resources
April 19, 2021
So far, Indiana's spring weather has been somewhat calm. While we've experienced some thunderstorms, wind, and some flooding, we have avoided major widespread severe weather outbreaks. However, that could change virtually anytime - everyone knows how crazy Indiana weather can be! Indiana PREPared has numerous educational resources about common Indiana weather hazards. Please click below to visit our Spring and Summer Weather Resources page.
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Archived Webinar CLICK HERE TO VIEW WEBINAR Join IDEM, OISC and others discussion about Ag spill-related topics including preplanning, event response and risk management. About this Event Cultivating Readiness – How to Prepare and Handle Environmental Spills and Emergencies in Agriculture Farm operations handle a variety of chemicals and other materials safely each year. That…Read More »
WEBINAR Wednesday, April 07, 2021 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT Summary: Agricultural workers are at high risk of heat-related illness and recent field studies point to specific risk factors and solutions. This webinar is intended to prepare agricultural safety and health professionals for the upcoming summer season. We will share practical and evidence-based solutions for the prevention…Read More »
Tuesday, March 16; 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT CLICK HERE TO REGISTER INDIANAPOLIS – Farm operations manage a variety of chemicals and other materials safely each year. This can include pesticides, fertilizers, fuels, oils, manure, and crop residues. Proper management of these materials can reduce the potential for spills. On March 16 at 10…Read More »