HISTORY of the River-Friendly Farmer Award

Since 1999, key conservation and agricultural organizations have sponsored the River Friendly Farmer (RFF) Program. The statewide initiative recognizes farmers, who through good production management practices helps keep Indiana’s rivers, lakes and streams clean.

Annually, each county Soil and Water Conservation District may nominate up to two farmers who do an outstanding job of protecting their rivers, lakes and streams through their every day conservation management practices on the farm. Watershed organizations also may nominate farmers for the award by submitting an application to a county SWCD.

The River Friendly Farmers Awards Ceremony originally scheduled at the Indiana State Fairgrounds has been cancelled due to the cancellation of the Indiana State Fair. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please contact the local Soil and Water Conservation District
regarding any ceremony details. 

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2020 River Friendly Farmer Recipients:

Farm Name/Farm Family Recipient:County:
Philip AtkinsonBenton
Alan and Suzanne LyonBoone
John and Donna PadgettBoone
Groover Farms LLCClay
Memering FarmsDaviess
Lobenstein FarmDearborn 
Wolfert Farms LLCDearborn 
K & E Farms Inc.Decatur
Dan HiattDelaware
Stoney-M FarmElkhart
Phillip SmithFayette
Summers Grain and LivestockHendricks
Schroeter/Bryant FarmsHoward
Joe and Elaine Carroll, Carroll FarmsHuntington
Betty Settle DrinkutJay
Villwock FarmsKnox and Daviess
J and M Roberts Farms LLCKosciusko
Adam LemlerMarshall 
Bryan SchmeiserMorgan
Ron & Sherry CashPutnam 
The Randall & Jaymie Dickson Family Starke 
Dailey FarmsSteuben 
Toby and Hannah HartSwitzerland
Danny WorksSwitzerland
Rexing & RexingVanderburgh
Hadley FarmsWabash
Clayton  BarchetWarrick
Nick PurkhiserWashington
Harold RoutsonWayne
Cassiday Farms, Inc.Wells
Ashbaugh Family FarmsWhitley  

List of past RFF Award Recipients (2000-2019)

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