By Michele F. Mihaljevich | Indiana Correspondent, Farm World
ROME CITY, Ind. — The Noble County town of Rome City is using a recent designation from the Indiana Audubon Society to help protect birds and also raise money for the community.
Rome City was named a Bird Town Indiana site by the society in December 2013. It’s one of five so named, and was the third to receive the designation. Other Bird Town Indiana locations are Geneva, Chesterton, Nashville and Fort Wayne. The city of Kendallville has applied to the program and is expected to become the sixth site, said Jeff Canada, the society’s vice president. The society hopes to name more recipients later this year. Continue Reading
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