The Hancock Country Master Gardener Association operates within the Purdue Master Gardener Program. The Purdue Master Gardener Program site contains information about Indiana Master Gardeners, including the statewide Master Gardener Conference.
Purdue University maintains an extensive list of publications covering a wide variety of topics related to gardening.
The Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory site contains timely information concerning plant diseases, invasive plant species, and insect damage. You will also find links for downloading helpful apps in plant diagnostics.
An e-bulletin of gardening activities for the Central Indiana gardening community is published the first of every month as a public service by Wendy Ford.
The Indiana Native Plant Society offers information about native plants as well as invasive plant species. This site was formerly named Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society (INPAWS)
If you have a question about birds, The Cornell Lab of Ornithology probably has an answer.
Located in St. Louis, MO, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the oldest continuously operating botanical garden in the United States. Their educational site contains information about garden related topics such as conservation, sustainability, and plant science.
The Ohio State University has collected plant information for years. Several of their digital collections have been merged into Plant Facts, which now offers a wealth of plant-related information, images, videos, and mobile apps.
If you are a current Master Gardener, you can report your education and volunteer hours to Purdue at the link above.