Hosted by Purdue Agriculture, Boiler Bridge is a statewide series of free, open-to-the-public events that help college-curious youth and parents learn more about all fields of study at Purdue University and showcase local Purdue Extension programs.
Fail is a great time for a soil test. If you have never tested or it has been 3-5 years, now is the time to take a soil test.
Do you have diabetes or care for someone who does? If so, we hope you will attend "Dining with Diabetes", a cooking school for people with diabetes, at risk for diabetes, and caregivers of those with diabetes. Learn nutrition tips for eating with diabetes, and try some new foods! The program taught by Jackie Franks, HHS Educator, consists of four sessions with a two month follow-up session.
Agricultural producers from northwestern Indiana came to the annual Pinney Purdue Field Day to improve their crop production knowledge.
Purdue's next Beginning Farmer and Rancher program is Friday, October 7th, from 9:00 am-3:30 pm(Eastern Time) at Hawkins Family Farm near North Manchester, Indiana.
Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in Indiana? About 600,000 Americans die each year from heart disease, and in the U.S., someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds. Heart disease costs the U.S. $108.9 billion each year. Our hearts work incredibly hard our entire lives, and Purdue Extension's newest signature program "Be Heart Smart" is educating participants on keeping their hearts healthy and preventing heart disease.
Keep informed with Purdue Extension - Kosciusko County's newsletter, "The Clover Close-Up." Find out what is happening throughout 4-H. Please contact the Extension Office at (574) 372-2340 with any questions!