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Cover Crops: I wish I’d done this 20 years ago

  Cover Crops: “I wish I’d done this 20 years ago.” Three years ago, Syngenta’s Andy Scheiderer asked his boss for five acres to experiment with cover crops. That five soon became thirty and this year was expanded to 35 acres. It’s obvious in listening to him talk about cover crops, that he is passionate […]

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Team chosen to lead engineering and design work for riverfront promenade

    News release from the City of Fort Wayne: Mayor Henry announces team chosen to lead engineering and design work for riverfront promenade Top local and national experts to lead effort

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How declining snowpack threatens water supplies

Article from the Christian Science Monitor: How declining snowpack threatens water supplies A new study examines how far-reaching effects of diminished snowpack could be.

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How do we fix Lake Erie?

    Article from the Plain Dealer by James F. McCarty: How do we fix Lake Erie? 5 takeaways from Jeff Reutter’s talk to the Cleveland City Club Forum

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Fort Wayne Farm Show – January 12th thru 14, 2016

    News release from the TradeExpos: Fort Wayne Farm Show – January 12th thru 14, 2016 Admission is free!!

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NWS: El Niño and the 2015-16 Winter Outlook

    From the National Weather Service: El Niño and the 2015-16 Winter Outlook

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Study reveals need for better understanding of water use

    Study reveals need for better understanding of water use

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A Watershed Mentality: The 51st State

    On April 8, 2015, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D-OH 9th District) delivered one of the keynote lunch addresses a the River Summit held in downtown Fort Wayne Indiana.

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Community Foundation receives $500,000 grant for riverfront development project

    Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne Receives $500,000 Grant from English-Bonter-Mitchell Foundation for Riverfront Development Project

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Harvest time is under way in Indiana: road safety tips

    As summer comes to an end, farmers across the country are beginning to harvest their crops. Farming is a difficult profession, but an immensely important one. That’s why, particularly at this time of year, we thank our dedicated farmers, not only for their incredibly hard work, but also for the crucial service they […]

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Cover Crops for “prevented planting” acres

    From Purdue University: Cover Crops for “prevented planting” acres

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New Corn Disease found in Indiana

    From Purdue University Agriculture News: New corn disease confirmed in Indiana

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