Albion, IN - Thrive Noble County has published a new online event guide to encourage everyone who offers recreational and educational opportunities, meetings, and other notable happenings throughout Noble County to add those events in one place and have them promoted on multiple local online community calendars.
View the full report here: http://noblecountyedc.com/content/labor-market-review-may-2019
Questions? Contact WSellers@dwd.IN.gov, 200 E. Main St., SE 910 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 or call (260) 469-4313.
Report courtesy of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development
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LAOTTO — Representatives from Wabash Valley Power, Noble REMC and others from are electric cooperatives gathered this week to dedicate a new, 1-megawatt Laotto Solar Generating Station located along State Road 3 (Lima Road) between Avilla and Laotto, just over the Noble County line in DeKalb County.
(Posted: Jun 11, 2019 4:35 PM EDTUpdated: Jun 12, 2019 10:16 AM EDT By Merritt McLaughlin, Writer/Reporter, Inside Indiana Business)
INDIANAPOLIS - A recent survey says Indiana farmers planted more than 1 million acres of cover crops in 2018, up 32,000 acres over the previous year. The Indiana Department of Agriculture says that more farmers are using cover crops because they encourage productive soils that suppress weeds, improve water infiltration, cycle nutrients and increase soil organic matter.