Past Events

Recordings of PIFF Events

Our goal is to make sure our events are accessible when possible. Below are recordings of presentations that PIFF has given, facilitated, or sponsored.

Farm Finances -- Determining What Success Looks Like

Held in October of 2023, Purdue Extension invited PIFF's Co-Director, Liz Brownlee, to give the presentation, "Farm Finances -- Determining What Success Looks Like". Covering topics from finance templates to troubleshooting, Liz demonstrates how she handles the finances at her farm, Nightfall Farm.

SARE Grants - BIPOC Farmers Share their Expertise

Beginning Farmer Field Days

In 2022, PIFF and their partners hosted a series of field days aimed towards beginning farmers. These are at the essence of the programming that PIFF provides. See below for the descriptions of what happened at these great events.

Beginning Farmer Field Day: Pastured Poultry


Beginning Farmer Field Day: Soil Health 


Beginning Farmer Field Day: Farm Finances and Farm Viability

Past PIFF Events

July 18, 2023 - Indiana Farmland Community of Practice Kick Off:  A collaboration between Indiana SARE, PIFF, and Purdue Extension.  

July 26, 2023 - Mentorship Kick Off: A collaboration between PIFF and the Hoosier Young Farmers Coalition

August 2023 - March 2024 - Keep It Growing workshop series: a collaboration between PIFF, Urban Soil Health, Purdue Extension and the Food and Growers Association.  More information HERE, sign up HERE.

Oct 5-6, 2023 - Bale Grazing Workshop and Field Day. A collaboration between PIFF, NRCS, University of Kentucky, and Purdue Extension.  

Oct 12, 2023 - Farm Financials and Determining What "Success" Looks Like.  A collaboration between PIFF and Purdue Extension.