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Dept. of Agriculture Dec 22
As the government enters a lapse in funding, we will be maintaining key services we provide to keep people safe. That includes meat, poultry, and processed egg inspection services. Part of our mission to protect the U.S. food supply. Here's more:
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U.S. Forest Service Dec 19
More than half of America’s fresh water flows from public and private forest land, and about 60 million Americans rely on drinking water that originates on the national forests and grasslands.
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USDA Food Safety Dec 18
Don’t forget! Turkey, chicken, duck, & goose are safe to eat when they reach 165°F in 3 places: (1) thickest part of the breast (2) innermost part of the wing (3) innermost part of the thigh
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Farm Service Agency Dec 14
Nearly one-third of America’s farmers are women.
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Dept. of Agriculture Dec 10
An internship with the Federal government is a great way to get real-world experience while working on your college degree or as you begin your professional career. Apply to our OneUSDA Internship Program today! Applications close on Jan. 18, 2019 -
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ChooseMyPlate.gov Dec 4
DYK? It's National Handwashing Awareness Week! Be sure to Wash your hands with soap and water before and after handling food. More tips:
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U.S. Forest Service Dec 3
Due to a national day of mourning in honor of President George H.W. Bush on December 5, the U.S. Capitol Tree Lighting ceremony has been rescheduled for Thursday, December 6.
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USDA Food Safety Dec 2
It’s Hanukkah! As you enjoy all the delightful treats this holiday brings, remember food safety tips –like washing your hands for 20 seconds with water & soap –before you enjoy!
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Dept. of Agriculture Nov 29
Whether eaten sliced or as a pizza topping, pineapple is a delicious & versatile tropical fruit that ranks third in worldwide popularity behind the banana & mango
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Dept. of Agriculture Nov 28
Thanks to America’s farmers & horticulture growers, we enjoy the vibrant colors of poinsettias & smell of fresh pine in our homes & offices during the holiday season 🎄
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AgLearn Today Nov 21
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at AgLearn! We're thankful for all the amazing people that make up the USDA community and hope you all have a great weekend.
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USDA Food Safety Nov 21
Acting Deputy Under Secretary of Food Safety, Carmen Rottenberg’s family is clearly NOT a part of the 97% of participants who didn’t wash their hands properly during our recent test kitchen experiment. Does your handwashing routine include these 5 steps, too?!
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AgLearn Today Oct 1
FY2019 Individual Development Plan (IDP) is now available in AgLearn. Remember there are several options to assist you with the new IDP process. To access your IDP and the support and training tools visit .
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AgLearn Today Sep 22
The new AgLearn has been here for a week, just in time for the . Try something new this season: access AgLearn on your smartphone or tablet. Instructions available at .
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USDA Food Safety_Es Sep 19
Si usted está regresando a casa después de un evento de clima severo hay algunas cosas que debe saber antes de salvar los alimentos. Algunos alimentos en su congelador pueden enfermarlo si los consume. Aquí una guía para verificar los alimentos seguros vs. alimentos inseguros ↓
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AgLearn Today Sep 16
Welcome to the new and improved AgLearn! If you haven’t noticed, AgLearn has undergone some significant changes. Check it out at . You can also access Ask AgLearn Now at if you have any questions.
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USDA Food Safety Sep 15
An unopened freezer will only keep food safe for up to 2 days during a power outage. Still unsure about an item? See the chart below ↓ Be sure to share with friends & family affected by power outages.
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AgLearn Today Aug 31
AgLearn is Currently Unavailable. To prepare the Next Gen AgLearn, the current AgLearn system is offline. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Next Gen AgLearn is scheduled to go live September 17, 2018.
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AgLearn Today Aug 31
LAST DAY until AgLearn goes dark. Beginning today at 5:00 pm ET AgLearn will be unavailable. The Next Gen AgLearn will be back September 17, 2018.
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