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AgLearn Today May 16
Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Learn more at AgLearn is committed to providing access to web pages and content for individuals with disabilities, both members of the public and Federal employees.
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Dept. of Agriculture May 15
Today, we honor our fallen brothers & sisters, keeping their memories alive by speaking their names, telling their stories, and remembering their families. We will never forget them.
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Dept. of Agriculture May 15
On May 15, 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed into law an act of Congress establishing "a Department of Agriculture."
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Dept. of Agriculture May 12
Today, and every day, let us express our utmost respect and appreciation for our mothers
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Dept. of Agriculture May 4
Rule the galaxy with USDA Market News hay reports
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Dept. of Agriculture May 1
Follow us on Instagram as we share your stories & our programs that support American agriculture 📸
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US Holocaust Museum Apr 29
Today, the victims and survivors of the Holocaust in our annual Days of Remembrance commemoration. Watch our ceremony at the US Capitol at 10:30 a.m. ET.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 28
Our superheroes are the men & women who take the risks, put their hands in the dirt, and produce the bounty that feeds, fuels & clothes the U.S. and the world.
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Forest Service NW Apr 26
Happy ! To celebrate, take our quiz to discover “What tree are you?” And learn more about some fantastic tree species that might be right in your neighborhood.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 26
“Each generation takes the earth as trustees. We ought to bequeath to posterity as many forests and orchards as we have exhausted and consumed,” Nebraskan, founder of , and former Secretary of Agriculture J. Sterling Morton
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Smokey Bear Apr 25
Has anyone read this comic from 1959? If you want to learn more about my story, visit !
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Rural Development Apr 23
📣📢📯Today's the day!🔔🚨 📣 has $600 million to build or expand broadband infrastructure in rural communities across the nation. This funding is made available through our Rural Broadband ReConnect Program, which is now accepting applications:
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 20
During the Easter/Passover season, Americans will consume/color an estimated 707 million shell eggs! That’s 2 eggs per person or about a half dozen for every U.S. household making America.
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U.S. Secret Service Apr 19
24 years ago today the Secret Service lost 6 employees in the Oklahoma City bombing. The flag that had been posted in the Field Office now hangs in the Secret Service headquarters building to remind us all of those we lost.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 14
Whether you pronounce it pee-KAHN, pick-AHN or PEE-can, just know that Georgia’s farmers lead the nation in pecan production
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 11
36% of all producers are female and 56% of all farms have at least one female decision maker, an increase of nearly 27% from 2012
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 11
Today’s tea: ) ) ) ) ( ) ) ( ) ) _(___(____)____(___(_ \ The average /___ \ American / | \ farmer feeds /____| \ 144 / \ people / \________/
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USDA Forest Service Apr 8
Nearly 3 million volunteers have provided more than 123 million hours of service on the national forests and grasslands since 1972. Learn how you can with us to help maintain your national forests and grasslands.
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USDA Forest Service Apr 2
April is Awareness month. With hundreds of species of non-native insects and plants on our national forests, learn more about these species and what we’re doing to combat them:
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 1
Every spring, the fields of the Skagit Valley in Washington burst into bloom and the community celebrates the valley’s annual tulip harvest 🌷🏔 📸 Pam Headridge Photography
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