Conservation by Design
Purdue Extension helps communities solve and prevent natural resource problems that result from land-use changes.


A Torrent of Problems, A Flood of Support
Nearly half of Indiana's counties were declared disaster areas during a series of floods in 2008. Purdue Extension was among the first responders to provide Hoosiers with flood recovery resources.

Leadership and Heart Spur Response and Recovery

Tecumseh project

Giving Back to Their Community
Native American graduate students from around the country can develop research around their interests and their heritage through Purdue University's Tecumseh Project.


Rainmaking, Run-off and Research
An interdisciplinary group of Purdue scientists is collaborating to improve water quality and watershed management.


Opportunity Knocks
Purdue landscape architecture students helped to make neighboring towns Remington and Wolcott more attractive for economic development and families.


One if by Land, Two if by Seed
Indiana producers increasingly are turning to conservation tillage and seeing the added benefits of reduced expenses, improved soil and higher yields.


Environmental Standards Local Planning a Snap
Living laboratories on the Wabash A Taxing Formula for Reform
A New Way to Look at Soil  


Dean's Message

Takes on a Topic

Helping Hoosiers Take the Lead in Watershed Management





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