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AcronymDefinition
USDAUnited States Department of Agriculture
USDAUnion Solidarity and Development Association (Burma)
USDAUnited States Dairy Association
USDAUnited Supermarkets Defense Association
USDAUnited Square Dancer's Association
USDAUnited Sabah Dusun Association (Sabah, Malaysia)
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In 2016, the USDA and ICARDA began Phase II of the Pakistan Water Dialogue: Diffusion and Adoption through Partnerships and Action of the Best Watershed Rehabilitation and Irrigation Practices.
Eastern Time), USDA will hold an event celebrating cooperative diversity in the Whitten Building at USDA headquarters.
We are proud that Barnhardt Manufacturing Company has earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label," says Ron Buckhalt, USDA BioPreferred program manager.
Using your computer, you can click on a state, county or a congressional district and view the renewable energy investments that have been made by USDA in the area.
Congress has charged the USDA with serving as the "lender of last resort" for family farmers who can't obtain credit from commercial banks.
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 prepare and implement an improvement plan for resolving discrimination complaints that sets time frame goals and provides management controls for resolving complaints from beginning to end.
The USDA is ignoring the illegality of the NAIS and is trying to convince states and agricultural groups that the NAIS is necessary, promoting it under three flagship tactics: disease, terrorism, and market competitiveness.
The judge ruled that USDA did not follow regulatory procedures.
asked Don Franco of the National Renderers Association, who was on the 1990 USDA task force.
If you want to look at the food you eat for a whole day, it's easiest to either create a spreadsheet and input values from the USDA or use nutrient analysis software.
Products containing at least 95 percent organic ingredients are allowed to display the USDA organic seal.
Through an agreement between the National Agricultural Library (NAL) and ASAE, all USDA employees now have access to the complete collection in the ASAE online Technical Library.