If our drivers — community services, farmers and commuters — can’t drive, then our state’s economy will suffer.

Paving the way

Indiana’s corn and soybean farmers depend on the infrastructure of our state to get their grain from farm to field and field to market. Since 2009, the Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA) and Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) – statewide organizations that serve Indiana soybean and corn farmers – have invested checkoff dollars in research of Indiana’s rural infrastructure including roads and bridges.


Our goals for Indiana’s infrastructure



Indiana’s rural roads and bridges are critical to Indiana’s quality of life and the health of our economy.


Our rural roads and bridges are in need of significant upgrades and repairs in order to meet today’s needs. But, this isn’t just a rural concern; it’s an undeniable one, for all of Indiana.


Doing more than just investing in rural roads and bridges is important for our bottom line and preserving Indiana’s legacy for future generations.



Farmers – Share your story!

Has your agriculture business or day-to-day operations been impacted by an out-of-commission bridge, or inadequate rural roads? Farmers, like you, rely on rural infrastructure to get equipment and grain from field-to-market to support economy. Without these roads, Indiana’s economic legacy will suffer. Share your personal story with us today!

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