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ISDA Director Gina Sheets has announced that Ben Kenney is joining the agency as the Director of Comunications. Read more about Kenney's background and his duties with the State Department of Agriculture.
The Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency works to protect Indiana's grain marketing infrastructure. Read more about IGBWLA.
Indiana-based Red Gold partners with ISDA to promote sound conservation methods via a contest including scholarship and cash prizes. Read more about the incentive-based program.
ISDA Director Gina Sheets has announced that David Bausman will be the new Program Managers for Policy and Regulatory Affairs. Read more about Bausman's background and his duties with the State Department of Agriculture.
ISDA's International Trade program manager Lindsay Beckman is leading the department effort to help Indiana agribusinesses expand their economic opportunities via exports. An upcoming conference is a great chance for Hoosier food suppliers to learn more about how to do this.
ISDA's Indiana Land Resources Council continues with the vital work of helping neighbors be good neighbors where the Ag community meets those around it. Read about the Council's ongoing efforts to help facilitate good land use and management around Indiana.
ISDA's Mike Seidl recently returned from a successful trip to Dubai, where he was involved in the continuing effort to market the already-popular products made with Indiana Hardwoods. Read about the trade show and the burgeoning marketplace.
Indiana FFA closed a successful 2013 state convention with a rousing final session that included the installation of seven new state officers. Read here for comments from the incoming and retiring presidents, and more details about the convention's final day.
ISDA Division of Soil Conservation Resource Specialist Sarah Lake took us along for a typical day on the job, helping Indiana farmers with good conservation practices that make a positive difference to their businesses as well.
The Certified Livestock Producer Program is an Indiana State Department of Agriculture program designed to help livestock farmers meet standards in five important areas, encourage consumer confidence and provide some assistance to farm operations as they continue to do the right things.
The Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program features an additional payment for landowners enrolled in CRP, in exchange for further conservation measures to protect water and soil. Read more about its impact on Indiana and how it works.