Indiana News

Interagency Group Aims to Help Farmers in Organics

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP): An interagency team of agriculture officials has received training to help Indiana farmers interested in alternative agriculture. The 19-member team was trained in May at Rodale Institute in Pennsylvania. Rodale is a nonprofit that promotes and researches organic farming methods.

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