Organizations You Should Know

Black Farmers Collective

The mission of the Black Farmers Collective is to "build a Black-led food system by developing a cooperative network of food system actors, acquiring and stewarding land, facilitating food system education, and creating space for Black liberation in healing and joy." Read more.

Indiana Grown For Schools

Indiana Grown for Schools Network is a collaborative effort to foster relationships between farmers and institutions that could benefit from homegrown food in every county in Indiana.  Read more.

Conservation Law Center

The Conservation Law Center is based in Bloomington and offers conservation-related individuals and organizations support as well as giving law students an arena to practice. We love this win-win! Read more.

Want to learn how to sell and participate in farmers markets across the state? This group offers trainings and support on becoming a vendor at local farmers markets. Read more.

HYFC offers mentorship and fellowship opportunities as well as a classifieds section. Their title may have "young" in it but this group has great resources for farmers of all experience levels. Read more.

Representing all size of farmers, the IN Farmers Union offers resources by topic focused on education that supports family farming and farmers. Read more.

Indiana Forage Council

This group "promotes forage production, management, utilization and marketing; research into various forage applications in production agriculture; communication of current forage research and results to forage growers; and new or expanded markets for forages". Read more.

Beekeepers of Indiana

We love pollinators and appreciate the efforts of this group that helps urban beekeepers from all around our great state. Read more.

Indiana Barn Foundation

The Indiana Barn Foundation supports the preservation of historic barns and provides grants to do so. Read more.