Agriculture and Natural Resources In Noble County

The Noble County agriculture and natural resources (ANR) program extends Purdue University research to local residents to assist traditional agriculture audiences, woodland owners, gardeners, and homeowners. Educational venues include in-person and virtual group meetings, personal consultations, newspaper articles, county newsletters, websites, and social media.

See Facebook pages for

Purdue Extension Noble County | Facebook

 Noble County, Indiana 4-H | Facebook 

 Master Gardeners of Noble County, Indiana | Facebook 

 

If you need to talk to a real person, feel free to call us at 260-636-2111 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Or Email ANR Educator Ann Kline at Kline60@purdue.edu

Don't forget to find us on Youtube and Instagram @ Purdue Noble County Extension 

First Report of the Invasive Asian Needle Ant in Indiana

Asian Needle Ant

. Asian needle ant size comparison in  millimeters
First Report of the Invasive Asian Needle Ant in Indiana
Asian Needle Ant

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Commonly asked ANR - FAQ's

Commonly asked ANR - FAQ's

ANR FAQs

Resource Topics /Links of Interest

Resource Topics /Links of Interest

Topics /Links of Interest

Classes and Programs

Come Check out what Noble County ANR has to offer!

Classes and Programs