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Purdue Extension to host ‘Grow Your Farm’ Fridays

Next-generation farmers and business partners are encouraged to join Purdue Extension this winter for a six-session series “Grow Your Farm Fridays.” The series will be delivered in person at five locations around the state on Friday mornings from 9:00-11:30 a.m. beginning on January 21st and ending February 25th.

Grow Your Farm Fridays is a series dedicated to developing key skills in tomorrow’s farm managers. The six sessions will include programs on: strategic thinking, farm diversification, marketing, carbon credits, sustainability, legal advice, pesticide licensing, corn and soybean production, and more.

Host sites will include: Dubois County Fairgrounds (4517 S, State Road 162 Huntingburg, IN), Hancock County Extension Office (802 Apple St. Greenfield, IN), Kokomo Howard Co. Public Library S (1755 E. Center Rd Kokomo, IN), Noble County Extension Office (2090 N SR 9 Albion, IN), Pinney Purdue Agriculture Center (11402 South County Line Rd. Wanatah, IN), and the Putnam County Extension Office (12 Central Square Greencastle, IN) A virtual option to attend the program series is also available.

Continuing education credits are available at select programs for private applicators (PARP), certified crop advisors (CEUs), and commercial applicators (CCHs).

The registration fee is $100, and can be accomplished here: The registration deadline is January 20th. For more information visit For reasonable accommodations, please call 260-636-2111 prior to the program. Registration questions can be directed to the Purdue Education Store:


Source:           Andrew Westfall, 219-984-5115,

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