Garwood Orchards’s growth as an agritourism destination and longevity as a family-owned operation helped it land one of the state’s two AgriVision Awards for 2020.
Steve Bensing, an award-winning Valparaiso-based photographer, was among the winners in the 2020 Indiana Agriculture Photo Contest.
Food banks that serve Northwest and North Central Indiana are among 11 across the state receiving a share of $300,000 in funding from the state.
The state of Indiana has submitted proposed guidelines to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the legal production of hemp.
The state’s annual poultry donation has secured more than 200,000 pounds of poultry products.
The Indiana Office of Energy Development, in partnership with the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, is offering matching grants to rural communities seeking to improve energy efficiency.
A total of 96 Indiana family farms, including nine from Northwest and Northcentral Indiana, were presented with Hoosier Homestead Awards Aug. 9 in recognition of operating as a farm for at least 100 consecutive years.
A program dedicated to encouraging state residents to buy food grown and produced in Indiana is under new leadership.
Hoosier farmers are doing their part to conserve Indiana farmland.
Nominations will be accepted through June 30 for the state’s 2019 AgriVision Award.