On June 12 we'll tour agricultural sites just north of the Purdue campus. We'll depart campus at 9am and our itinerary includes
- A visit to a local farmer who specializes in building corn planters and raising hogs. We'll have a short Bible reading and discussion at this farm.
- Eden Valley Farms in Francesville -- this farm includes a 2.5 acre hydroponic greenhouse facility. You can learn more from their website here: https://www.evalleyfarms.com/ .
- Lunch at the Whistle Stop Restaurant and visit to the adjoining "Monon Connection Museum", which is a railroad museum.
- A short visit at BioTown Ag, USA, a large farm that uses the latest technologies to promote environmentally sustainable agriculture. You can learn more from their website here: https://biotownag.com/
We'll plan to be back to campus by 5:00pm
The trip includes a short Bible reading and discussion while we're at one of the farms.
Cost for the trip is $15, which covers transportation and museum entrance fee. We'll each pay for our own lunch at the Whistle Stop Restaurant, so expect to spend about $10 extra for that.
Please sign-up using the form below, and then give Dana your money to confirm your reservation. Dana's office is at Crosswalk Commons on campus. If coming to Dana's office is inconvenient, e-mail him and he will talk about an alternative payment method, i.e. electronic through Paypal or Quickpay.