Diversified Food and Farming Systems
Who WE ARE
Purdue Diversified Food and Farming Systems is an Extension program made up of an interdisciplinary group of faculty, staff, extension educators, students, practitioners and partners.
What We Do
The Diversified Farming and Food Systems Team works to connect programming, research and learning focused on urban agriculture, community wellness, local food, beginning farmers, small farms, and organic agriculture.
Diversified Farming and Food Systems Program Leader &
Urban Agriculture Specialist
615 W State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Upcoming ANR Extension Events
Here is the newest issue of the publication "Demographics of Indiana's Urban Agriculturalists," by Nathan Shoaf and Laura Ingwell.Click to view publication
We want to share a new Purdue Extension publication, "Demographics of Indiana's Urban Agriculturalists," by Nathan Shoaf and Laura Ingwell. This publication summarizes the demographic information of urban agriculturalists in...Click to view publication
The Diversified Farming and Food Systems Team hosts a variety of programs that support beginning, urban, organic, small-scale and diversified farmers throughout the year. The programs range from supporting farmers’ markets to community...Click to View DFFS Programs
We release a monthly newsletter that includes events, surveys, opportunities, and news about our community. You can also subscribe to our email list by clicking below.Click To View Newsletters
Purdue Extension's Diversified Farming and Food Systems program partners with many agencies across Indiana to support you as a diversified or beginning farmer, help you connect with other locals, and more.Click To View Our Partners