Last year's Indiana State Fair celebrated the state's rich agricultural tradition. This year, Purdue Extension looks to the future with a series of exhibits focused on helping people make easy, everyday choices to develop healthier bodies and stronger communities.
The Southwestern Indiana Master Gardeners Association (SWIMGA) continues to pioneer efforts on strategic planning for their organization.
Nearly 50 Southwestern Indiana Master Gardeners Association (SWIMGA) members attended a Visioning Forum on February 4, 2017.
Purdue Extension's new Conservation through Community Leadership (CCL) program is now accepting applications for the inaugural community action planning meetings.
More and more communities are beginning to recognize the need for place based asset strategies when it comes to economic development.
The West Lafayette Parks & Recreation Department revealed the results of a survey being used to improve services.
The award of a federally-funded $40,000 planning grant will allow Frankfort city officials to develop a Downtown Revitalization Study to address ways to improve, strengthen and promote the community's downtown and, in turn, residents' quality of life and the city's economic development opportunities.