Local food growers say the pandemic sparked a buy-local movement because national supply chains seemed much more fragile than believed.
Grants up to $25,000 to develop food councils around the state are available through Indiana Grown.
Shopping for locally grown or produced items just got little easier in Indiana.
State officials want to boost interest in buying locally produced and grown agriculture products.
A partnership between Indiana Grown and Purdue University could lead to new strategies to help the state’s agriculture industry make more money.
A program dedicated to encouraging state residents to buy food grown and produced in Indiana is under new leadership.
Several Northern Indiana farms will be among the Featured Farmers showcasing their products at the 2019 Indiana State Fair Aug. 2-18.