The list below serves as the central access point to the broad range of environmental expertise at Purdue.
Analytical Tools, Data Sources and Other Resource Data
Enhancing the environment with stewardship, monitoring, modeling, and management of natural resources to expand economic development and improve the quality of life.
We foster the creation and stewardship of an enhanced and sustainable environment and economy along Southern Lake Michigan and in the Great Lakes region through research, education and outreach.
We provide information and technical assistance in the areas of gardening and home horticulture through the use of trained and certified volunteers.
The Purdue Land Use Team offers these 11 educational programs to help citizens, local officials, and other groups explore and discuss current land use issues.
The goal of this office and Web site is to ensure truth-in-labeling, food safety, user safety and protection of our environment.
Objective, scientific information on water quality.
Septic system information to protect your family and the environment.
Purdue Pesticide Programs' (PPP) mission encompasses three broad areas: implementation of pesticide education; coordination of pesticide research and pesticide impact assessment projects; and transfer of regulatory information.
We have many projects that develop and support approaches to enhance profits, protect the environment and enhance rural quality of life.
Your online resource for Indiana gardening information