The Indiana State Department of Agriculture is seeking public support in asking the U.S. Postal Service to issue a soil health forever stamp.
According to the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee, stamp proposals must meet certain criteria and will be considered based on their significance to American history, culture or the environment.
“Our future depends on the condition of the soil, so whether it’s directly or indirectly, this issue really impacts everybody,” said Meg Leader, ISDA director of soil health and organizer of the effort.
The public can lend support by signing a Soil Health Forever letter by going online at isda.in.gov and clicking on the link about the stamp effort and following prompts, and by send a personal letter of support to: Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee, One North Capitol, Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN 46204, or email it to [email protected].