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U.S. Department of Agriculture

Provides aid for the rehabilitation of historic structures in rural areas; manages and interprets historic areas in national forests.
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At USDA, we want to build an American energy industry that embraces all sorts of clean power, and to help support the creation of hundreds of thousands of good jobs and thriving rural economies.
The new Council will have 15 members, 11 of whom will be Native Americans or represent Native American interests and four of whom will be top USDA officials.
Recommendation: To improve USDA efforts to address civil rights issues and the participation of minority farmers and ranchers in USDA programs, the Secretary of Agriculture should work expeditiously to obtain Office of Management and Budget's approval to collect the demographic data necessary for reliable reporting on race and ethnicity by USDA program.
Once the results on the Mad Cow were in, the USDA went into damage control mode.
Defined by the USDA as meat and poultry that has been minimally processed and doesn't contain artificial ingredients.
National Agricultural Library Director Peter Young commented that, "It offers new and more efficient solutions consistent with E-government goals, showing good things that can happen when USDA agencies collaborate.
USDA selected the OnDemand training software over several other venders' e-learning products for its Do It
gov), a science journal published by the USDA Forest Service, is available online with issues in both English and Spanish.
The disease is spread easily, prompting the USDA to step up measures to guard against the disease.
USDA officials are also worried that mad cow disease may reach the U.
Three years later, President Clinton announced that the USDA would do just that.