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This week, across the United States, the potential to use homegrown crops in new ways holds tremendous promise to revitalize the rural economy.
This week, folks across the nation have come together with family and friends to celebrate America's independence - and millions are enjoying the great outdoors.
In his weekly radio address Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talks about Getting a Food, Farm and Jobs Bill passed this year is essential - and it can't fall victim to politics as usual
In his weekly radio address Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talks about further expansion of local and regional markets through a new Food, Farm and Jobs Bill.
In his weekly radio address Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack shares examples of how USDA is helping ag. producers meet various environmental challenges.
Throughout the month of June, USDA will celebrate National Homeownership Month with a renewed commitment to providing safe, affordable housing in our small towns and rural communities.
In Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack's radio address this week he wants the nation to honor and remember the country's military members on this year's Memorial Day observance.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack's weekly radio address highlights conservation programs and the need for passage of a five year Farm Bill.
This year, USDA is committed to helping Congress get a comprehensive, multiyear Food, Farm and Jobs Bill passed as soon as possible.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack's weekly radio address discusses the desire and need to complete a new and comprehensive Food, Farm and Jobs Bill soon.