Purdue Extension in July will offer two programs to update vegetable growers on federal regulations involving postharvest food safety and show how they can reduce the risk of contamination.
Farmers and agribusiness professionals can learn about the agricultural business climate, strategies to successfully grow their operations and implications for agricultural producers of changing consumer demand July 7-8 at Purdue University's annual Top Farmer Conference.
Purdue University's Women in Engineering Program will offer seventh- through ninth-grade students a daylong engineering event on July 9.
Butterfly enthusiasts of all ages and expert levels can visit the Evonik Wildlife Habitat Area in Lafayette for the annual Butterfly Encounter July 16.
Purdue University's Agribusiness Finance for Non-Financial Managers program will offer deeper understanding of financial management responsibilities and how they fit into broader organizational goals.
Military veterans, active duty members and their families can learn more about how to start or operate a farm during a daylong program sponsored by Purdue University's Indiana Beginning Farmer program.
A team of graduate students from Purdue University's agronomy and botany departments is partnering with DuPont Pioneer to host the first Purdue Plant Science Symposium.
Applications are now being accepted for a new fellowship program that aims to help build skills, leadership and a sense of community among female student veterans
A Purdue University program will offer marketing managers the opportunity to learn how to powerfully and strategically direct their organizations' marketing efforts.
Agribusiness professionals, consultants and educators who work with farmers will learn new strategies for identifying and responding to a variety of crop problems at two workshops beginning in June at Purdue University's Pinney Purdue Agricultural Center near Wanatah.