Who’s who at Indiana Farm Bureau
Seth Harden, IFB’s newest regional manager
Washington County resident Seth Harden has joined the IFB staff as a regional manager, covering Perry, Crawford, Orange, Lawrence, Martin and Daviess counties.
Although he’s been on the job only a few weeks, he already has a clear view of what he’ll be able to offer Indiana Farm Bureau members.
“All Farm Bureau members have unique expertise and perspectives to share on many of the initiatives, issues and projects initiated and supported by Indiana Farm Bureau,” he said. “My role…is to compile resources and build a network so that I may bolster this knowledge base and provide new information and leadership.”
Harden has a degree in forestry with a minor in natural resources and environmental science from Purdue. He also attended the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, as part of an exchange program. He was a member of the Indiana Farm Bureau Collegiate Chapter at Purdue.
Harden is originally from Clinton County. He was a 10-year 4-H member and member of FFA.
Prior to joining IFB, he was a soil conservationist for the USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service in the Salem, Ind., office. He also served on the Washington County Farm Bureau board.
Harden describes himself as an avid learner and is looking forward to meeting and connecting with people.
In his free time, he enjoys travelling around the world, reading, writing, running, backpacking, kayaking, biking and spending time with family and friends.
Members can contact Harden by phone, 765-414-5861; email, email@example.com; or on Twitter, @rep_ag_247365.