Opportunity to meet, discuss and learn, for beginning and small farmers.
Meetings are indoors at Bartholomew County Public Library in the first and fourth quarters.
Contact our office to register and get the address.
Learn about how Indiana's property tax system, how property tax caps work, and dig deeper into data from our county and region.
Bartholomew County has - at last count - about eleven community gardens! These Rambles give you a chance to visit one or more with a Master Gardener and ANR Extension Educator. We'll look at what's growing, how it's coming along, and what pests are active. Thunder cancels.
Learn to recognize and report invasive tree pests.
Master Gardener Intern Training turns gardeners into gardening mentors! Whether you have a little gardening experience or a lot, the program gives you a broad base for sharing skills as a volunteer in your community.
Applications are available, and are due on August 1st for the session that begins August 11th. Contact our office for more information.
Bartholomew County Extension Service Newsletters
Trees are lost or seriously damaged every year from high winds, heavy rainfall and other storm-related weather. Once the tree is damaged, deciding on what to do is an important process. Urban Forestry Specialist Lindsey Purcell explains common tree injuries and how to identify them, how to conduct a risk assessment when trees are damaged, and steps to take after the storms are over.