Coyotes are native to Indiana. Before Europeans settled here, coyotes were primarily restricted to prairie regions of the state, as much of the state was forested and populations may have been kept in check by red and gray wolves, once abundant in Indiana. According to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) website on coyotes, "Today, coyotes are found throughout Indiana, including urban areas." Should we be concerned about coyotes?
The Purdue Master Gardener Program is an integral part of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service and provides the residents of Indiana a chance to grow. Under the guidance and support of Purdue Extension, selected residents of a county voluntarily begin a training program specifically designed to prepare them to help others grow.
Farmers and other business owners in rural areas can learn critical steps to increased energy efficiency in workshops hosted by Purdue Extension.
Farmers market managers, vendors and those who want to start or grow farmers markets in their communities can learn new strategies, find out about available resources and take advantage of networking opportunities at the third annual Farmers Market Forum.
Welcome to the Mini 4-H Program! Click here to see what we have to offer children currently in grades Kindergarten, First and Second grades to introduce them into the Whitley County 4-H Program!
Annual meeting February 19, 2018 at Abe Martin Lodge, Brown County State Park
What is the right custom rate for field operations? What's a typical crop budget look like? Purdue Extension has resources that can help farmers who are looking for answers to these and other important farm management questions at the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture website.