Located at the gateway to northwest Indiana’s industrial areas, Pulaski County is a quiet but powerful location for companies engaged in agriculture and advanced manufacturing, and offers areas that are wide-open and windy enough for renewable energy producers. In addition to excellent highway access, Pulaski County offers rail service by CSX Transportation.
Agriculture has long been at the center of life in this part of Indiana’s Technology Corridor, and the county is crisscrossed by large grain and livestock operations. That access to large volumes of agricultural commodities makes the area the ideal site for energy production facilities that require corn, stover, or other crop residue as a feedstock — as well as value-added agricultural facilities such as food distribution and production of processed and packaged foods, dairy products, animal feed, and nutraceutical supplements.
With such a deep agricultural heritage, Pulaski County residents are no stranger to hard work and a job well done. That’s why the county has become home to several advanced manufacturing companies that put our workers’ skills and productivity into creating products as diverse as wheelchair-accessible vans and concrete products.
Pulaski County boasts a friendly lifestyle, combining that treasured “small-town” peace and quiet with extensive recreational opportunities and healthcare resources. Home to Tippecanoe River State Park and two state fish-and-wildlife areas, the county has plenty of sites for camping, fishing, hunting, and other outdoor recreation. A huge trail called the Panhandle Parkway is under development, and golfers will appreciate many beautiful, but challenging, fairways.
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