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On , we celebrate the farmers, ranchers and foresters who’ve arranged their lives and livelihoods to improve the environment for us all.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 21
This go for a hike and "Discover the Forest" -
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USDA Nutrition Apr 20
‘Turnip the Beet’ Recognizes High-Quality for our Nation’s Kids
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Farm Service Agency Apr 20
During , help us celebrate the , and who are stewards of the land every day!
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USDA Nutrition Apr 20
programs like the one at (Texas) benefit everyone from students, to teachers, parents and community members.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 20
Read Heather Coady's about how she and employees like her, assist other countries in their control efforts by working to stop pests at the source.
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USDA APHIS Apr 20
has proclaimed April 2018 Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month. The goal is to: increase public awareness of ; prevent plant pests from spreading; and, encourage residents to report signs of them.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 20
Be careful where you buy online or you may get !
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 20
We’re proud to partner with producers like Cindy Ayers-Elliott, a CEO-turned-farmer raising goats and growing produce to feed her local community in Jackson, Mississippi.
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USDA Nutrition Apr 20
Tune in to Facebook Live today at 8:20 CDT, to watch Acting Deputy Under Secretary for FNCS, Brandon Lipps provide remarks during the National Conference
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 20
Our Tribal Youth Resource Guide seeks to help Native youth learn about some of the USDA programs and resources that are available to them. Check it out!
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 20
Follow our newest Twitter account today! as we build , part of 's vision of making USDA the most customer-focused department in all of government.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 19
It's ! Learn how you can and be a part of ' to help improve quality, conserve , improve air quality and enhance wildlife habitat.
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 19
Check out ' latest blog: The U.S. Monitor: A Resource for , Ranchers and Foresters
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 19
High Five for Fire Protection, Rudy Wendelin painting, 1996
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 19
. today announced the selection of senior leaders in several USDA agencies --
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 19
It's a double feature day! Our next highlight is Communications Intern Conor Dunn. Since working at USDA, he's improved his technical & professional writing skills. Head over to our Instagram to watch him & Emma takeover the story
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 19
In celebration of , we're highlighting some of our amazing interns here at USDA! To kick off, meet Emma Ditto. Learning the ins & outs of a comms office expanded her knowledge in the field. Interested in a career with USDA? Visit .
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Farmers.gov Apr 18
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NIFA Apr 18
North Carolina teen Mackenzie Hinson created a food pantry to educate her community on eating:
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