Whitley County Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR)

The Whitley 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-Whitley County and Master Gardeners of Whitley County. Below find information that may help you with your informational needs - upcoming programs, news articles, additional pages, and topical links of interest. If you need to talk to a real person, we're also available at the number to the right or by email.

Contact Us

Purdue Extension - Whitley County 

260-244-7615

John Woodmansee, Extension Educator

jwoodman@purdue.edu 

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Attend the Dec. 7 Private Applicator Recertification Program

Purdue Extension in Noble and Whitley Counties will offer a private applicator recertification program (PARP) Dec. 7, 2022. RSVP by Dec. 2.

Program Details
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Attend Dec. 15 IBCA and Purdue Extension Area XI Beef Meeting

The meeting will feature great food and valuable information on a variety of beef topics. NOTE change to Dec. from traditional early Jan. date! RSVP by Dec. 7.

Program Details

Additional ANR Pages:

Topics/Links of Interest:

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Agricultural Economics/Farm Management/Business

Agriculture, General

Ag & Biological Engineering

Agronomy/Crops

Animals/Livestock

Aquaculture/Farm Ponds

Diseases/Insects/Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Forestry/Natural Resources/Wildlife

*Note that some mushrooms are poisonous! Don't eat unless you know! If in doubt, identification by a professional mycologist is recommended. You may contact Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory (P&PDL) for analysis. The Purdue Extension office can assist you in sending a sample to P&PDL for identification ($11 fee). The local Extension office cannot determine edible/non-edible mushrooms in-house.

Grants & Financial Assistance

Note that other funding sources (primarily in the form of loans) may be available from USDA Farm Service Agency (see your local USDA Service Center), Farm Credit Mid-America, banks, or other lending institutions.

Horticulture: Garden, Lawn & Landscape

Indiana Links

Pesticides & Pesticide Application

Purdue University websites

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Water Quality

Weather, Being Prepared

Weeds

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Updated 11/10/22

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Footnote for all links: the presence of a non-Purdue link does not imply endorsement of a product, nor does the absence of a link imply a lack of endorsement. No inference of endorsement of any kind is intended.