Sat, Mar 19|
Banneker Community Center
Indiana Black Loam Conference: Bloomington
Indiana Black Loam Conference providing rich information to grow BIPOC and Underserved producers. Black Loam, Indiana’s richest soil.
Time & Location
Mar 19, 2022, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT
Banneker Community Center, 930 W 7th St, Bloomington, IN 47404
About the Event
Indiana Black Loam Conference
Legacy Taste of the Garden LLC and their farming associates across the state of Indiana are in collaboration with the CCSI and NRCS in hosting workshops in the cities of Evansville, Bloomington, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Gary, starting in February 2022.
Our committed team is dedicated to building relationships, providing support to gain access to information, and training. These workshops will provide introductions to USDA programs and resources available to BIPOC and Socially Disadvantaged Rural, Urban and Community producers to assist and increase participation of USDA programs, loans, grants and scholarships, sustainable agriculture practices, business planning, and Community Development.
The Bloominton event will be held at the Banneker Community Center 930 W 7th St, Bloomington, IN 47404 https://bloomington.in.gov/parks/facilities/banneker-community-center
BIPOC growers are first to be served.
Farmer program includes session on soil health, meeting staff from many United States Department of Agriculture agencies, small business development, and Farm Credit Services of America.
Young adult session includes a drone demonstration and ag opportunities and enlightenment fair.
Ticket reserved for BIPOC grower wishing to attend the Indiana Black Loam Conference beginning at 8:00 AM in Bloomington.
This ticket is for the Young Adult Session of the Indiana Black Loam Conference. This session begins at 1 PM in Bloomington
Bloomington: Non-BIPOC Farmer
Ticket reserved for Non-BIPOC grower wishing to attend the Indiana Black Loam Conference beginning at 8:00 AM in Gary.