What We Do

Agriculture and Natural Resource Extension (ANR) Educators serve as research based, unbiased information source for county and state constituents on a variety of topics including: crops, ag business, livestock, natural resource, horticulture, small farms, urban ag, pesticide use, and land conservation. In partnership with Purdue University subject matter experts, ANR Extension Educators can provide relevant and proven best management practices to address many client's situational needs.

Contact Us

Agriculture and Natural Resources
615 Mitch Daniels Blvd.
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Statewide Office



Agriculture & Natural Resources host a variety of programs throughout the year through our Extension Offices. Check out and learn more about these featured programs.
Featured Programs
All Featured Programs


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American Citizen Planner-Indiana

American Citizen Planner – Indiana provides training to Indiana citizen planners who...

American Citizen Planner
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Master Gardener Program

The Master Gardener Program trains volunteers to assist Purdue Extension with home horticulture...

Master Gardener
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Beginning Farmer

The Beginning Farmer Program will walk through a farm planning workbook that will help a farmer...

Beginning Farmer

Upcoming ANR Extension Events

Agriculture Administration Building

ANR Teams

The ANR program area has six focus groups comprised of campus and county Extension staff. Focus groups include Animal Sciences, Diversified Agriculture, Farm Management, Field Crops, Horticulture, and Natural Resources and Land Use.

ANR Teams
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Agriculture and Natural Resources is comprised of many specialists from Purdue Extension and from departments at Purdue.