Calling All Indiana Farmers
Tell Us About the Conservation Practices on Your Farm
With increasing attention on farmers, their practices and the impact on the environment, it’s important to know what actions farmers are taking to manage natural resources.
A partnership of organizations is launching a new survey in Indiana to measure adoption of conservation practices on Indiana farms and to better understand reasons for not adopting conservation. Continuing the momentum of the recent and highly successful national Best Management Practices (BMPs) Survey, the Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) in West Lafayette, Ind., the Indiana Soybean Alliance in Indianapolis, Ind., and The Fertilizer Institute in Washington, D.C., open this survey to record the conservation efforts of Indiana farmers and identify how to assist farmers in choosing appropriate and profitable conservation practices.
If you operate a farm in Indiana, please take 15 minutes to complete this important survey.
Click Here to take survey.
For more information about the national survey and to view the results, click HERE.
Contact Courtney Schmidt, CTIC Communications Director, with questions. firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-494-6956.