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2022 Purdue Extension News and Stories

September

Capital Comments, Indiana state capital in background

The Housing Market is Cooling Off

Four lambs in colorful coats stand at gate.

County fair season concludes, but memories last a lifetime

Purdue Indiana farm fence during foggy morning

Livestock producers invited to Purdue Fencing School

aerial view of woods, trees are orange and red from autumn

Warm, dry autumn predicted for Indiana

August

Capital Comments, Indiana state capital in background

Is this a Recession?

drone flying over sorguhm field

Registration open for Purdue Digital Ag Showcase on Sept. 8

Purdue Extension.

Indiana agriculture advocates honored for leadership, passion

Purdue University, aerial view in the summertime

2022 Hovde Award nominees sought

July

round bales on a wagon

Indiana Forage Council hosts Inaugural Hoosier Hay Contest

small farm field day

Register to attend upcoming small farm educational field day

Purdue Fruit, Veg, and Hemp Field Day on Thursday July 21, 2022 at the Purdue Meigs Ag Center

Registration open for Purdue Fruit, Vegetable, Hemp Field Day

Capital Comments, Indiana state capital in background

Inflation and Indiana School District Budgets

June

gardening hands holding onto weeds

Free Purdue weed science field day for farmers

Purdue Extension man on gator looking at field

Purdue Farm Management Tour to visit Tipton and Clinton farms

livestock

Livestock producers invited to Purdue Fencing School

May

Canned food

Discover home food preservation with Purdue Extension

Indiana farmer planting cover corps at ACRE

Purdue to host agronomic scouting training for interns

Purdue Extension releases Indiana renewable energy survey results

Purdue Extension releases Indiana renewable energy survey results

April

corn cobs

Kernels of Knowledge: Corn, a family full of variety

Man uses bincoluars to look up at tree.

ID that Indiana Tree with Purdue Extension

Butterly lands on pink flower. Bee flys in the background.

Celebrate Earth Day at home with these kid-friendly activities

national garden day web banner

Four Tips to Grow Your Garden

Six people stand in front of combine in the National Mall, Washington D.C.

Purdue first-year represents Indiana 4-H nationally

March

Corn in flooded field.

Sharing Climate-Smart Practices

Indiana 2022 Spring Climate Outlook

Indiana 2022 Spring Climate Outlook

Flooded corn field.

Sharing climate-smart practices

February

Hands plant vegetable plant into soil.

New Roots for Refugee Community

Eddie and Ben, Indiana 4-H'ers, sit on the back of a truck wearing 4-H t-shirts.

Adapting 4-H for Everyone

Dr. Henry Quesada

New Agriculture and Natural Resources Program leader joins Purdue Extension team

Purdue Extension Sorghum in field

Purdue grazing research to be shared at Indiana Forage Council annual meeting

Purdue Extension SIPAC cows in field

Purdue Extension hosting workshop for next generation of farmland seekers

homemade bread

Purdue agricultural economics research to measure local food access within Anderson community

January

Fresh produce from gardens, Purdue Extension Community Wellness Coordinators build accessible garden beds, Garden beds from the Growing Together Project in Lake County.

Community Members Grow Together

Purdue Extension checking bee hives for mites

Environmental Historian Uses Urban Ag Certificate for Innovative Research on Beekeeping

fall trees and harvested corn field with rural road

RRDC, NCRCRD celebrate 50 years of rural development

Woman seated at desk is caculating her budget and managing her personal finances.

Taking Control of Your Finances

The historic Hamilton County (Indiana) Courthouse.

Guiding Local Governments Through a Pandemic

Mary Foell, LaPorte County Community Development Extension Educator, helps a participant in the Work Ready course practice tying a tie.

Work Ready Program Builds Skills and Confidence

Green succulent growing.

Four steps for thriving indoor plants

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