Wabash County Ag Resources

ANR Update- March 2024

Turf Management and Science

Extension Master Gardeners  

Check your Private & Commercial Credits 

Continuing Credit Hours (CCH) opportunities

Purdue Extension Wabash County Facebook Page

 PARP Events

What We Do

Agriculture and Natural Resource Extension (ANR) Educators serve as research based, unbiased information source for county and state constituents on a variety of topics including: crops, ag business, livestock, natural resource, horticulture, small farms, urban ag, pesticide use, and land conservation. In partnership with Purdue University subject matter experts, ANR Extension Educators can provide relevant and proven best management practices to address many client's situational needs.

Contact Us

Purdue Extension Wabash County

Geoff Schortgen-ANR Educator 

1 West Hill Street
Wabash, IN 46992
260-563-0661(Ext. 1408)



It's time to register for 2024's Extension Hot Topics Series! 

Purdue Extension Hot Topics is a monthly webinar series that hits on a timely subject with an expert.  These are free, live and virtual discussions on the latest research and best practices.  The sessions are interactive so bring your questions and love for lifelong learning!

Register once to be signed up for each monthly program. If you can make it on, great! If you can’t make a month, no problem. (If you've already registered, no need to do it again.)

Register HERE:  https://bit.ly/HotTopics2024

Can't make it on live?  That's okay.  We record every session and post here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx1L2c89r3d3P7LspotyPzg 

#PurdueHotTopics #PurdueExtension

This is a great way for our county community members to get a better look at the networking that Purdue Extension does around the state to help provide researched backed resources to our communities. Also, if you are an Purdue Extension Master Gardener this is an easy way to get 1 education hour a month.


Join us February 21st to listen to Austin Pearson. He is a climatologist from the Midwestern Regional Climate Center. He will be discussing our Indiana Weather.



Please contact Geoff Schortgen with any Questions

Email: gschortg@purdue.edu