Regenerative Agriculture in the Wabash Valley Panel

Regenerative Agriculture
Session 3

Regenerative Agriculture in the Wabash Valley Panel
Magna Carta Room, Second Floor, Federal Hall

This panel features diverse regional players engaged in regenerative agriculture, discuss what each represents as the American expression of agriculture, what they see as important to the future of farming, their challenges, and what they perceive they need right now to continue their success. Panelists include:

  • Don Donovan, District Conservationist for the USDA National Conservation Services serving Parke and Vermillion counties
  • Phil & Debbie Carter, owners of Carter Farms, Inc., a 100% no-till farm in Vigo, Clay, and Sullivan counties
  • Candice Minster, Garden Manager and Fiber Projects Coordinator for White Violet Center for Eco-Justice
  • Aaron Warner, a high school biology teacher whose hobby farm serves as a living laboratory, specializing in raising blueberries and honeybees
  • Sarah Creech, founder of Blue Yonder Organic Farm, a 43 acre diversified farm dedicated to training and supporting military veterans in starting small farm enterprises
  • John Rosene (moderator), Agricultural Program Chair at Ivy Tech Community College