Twitter | Search | |
Dept. of Agriculture
Leadership on , , natural resources, development, , & related issues based on public policy, science, & effective management.
17,919
Tweets
2,739
Following
625,858
Followers
Tweets
Dept. of Agriculture 9h
Telecom companies, rural electric cooperatives and utilities, internet service providers and municipalities may apply for funding through 's ReConnect Program to connect rural areas that currently have insufficient broadband service. Apply today:
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
US National Archives 10h
After ended, the wondered if perhaps jeeps could be repurposed for use, despite being underpowered and undersized for typical plow work.
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture 11h
We know you have questions about the commercial production of hemp - here are some answers
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
EPA Land Apr 23
We continue to celebrate ! You too? Looking for more ways to contribute? You can help save energy and water ⚡️💧by reducing food loss and waste (both at home and at work)! ,
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
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:
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 23
📢 Calling all students ages 11-18: We're looking for creative solutions to reduce food loss & waste in the U.S. through our Ace the Waste! contest. Winners will be recognized & have the opportunity to discuss their ideas with USDA leadership
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 23
The average American will consume nearly 10 pounds of fresh or processed lemons every year, that’s a lot of lemonade!! 🍋
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 23
We recently launched two new features to help farmers navigate the H-2A process & manage their farm loans – learn more
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
USDA Forest Service Apr 22
Forests and woodlands are more accessible to people than ever. Our country’s road network has grown so that any person can travel to within one mile of over 88 percent of forest land.
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 22
Every day, 1.2 pounds of food per person is lost at the retail & consumer level. is a time to remember that less food waste protects the environment
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
americaneggboard Apr 22
Happy Easter! In honor of the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, Deputy Secretary Steve Censky visited on-site to celebrate the next generation of American egg farmers.
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 22
We recently made $23 million in grants available to help support the development & expansion of local & regional food markets - learn more
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 22
American farmers celebrate everyday - they are protectors of our soil, water and air
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 22
On we celebrate the farmers, ranchers & foresters who’ve arranged their lives & livelihoods to improve the environment for us all
Reply Retweet Like
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.
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
Cody Kirkpatrick Apr 17
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
Sec. Sonny Perdue Apr 19
As technology advances, it's important for SNAP to advance too so we can ensure the same shopping options are available for both non-SNAP and SNAP recipients. Learn more about 's new SNAP online purchasing pilot here:
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
Farmers.gov Apr 18
Last week, released results from the 2017 Census of Agriculture. Here are 10 key takeaways, plus information on a new tool for searching their data.
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture retweeted
Sec. Sonny Perdue Apr 18
Another victory for 🇺🇸 farmers and fairness in the global trade system. U.S. Wins Dispute Finding China’s Administration of Grain Tariff-Rate Quotas Breaches WTO Commitments:
Reply Retweet Like
Dept. of Agriculture Apr 18
For the first time, people who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits will be able to shop for their groceries online in New York during a two-year test pilot launched today. Details:
Reply Retweet Like