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A 2018 Farm Bill program securing scholarship funds for 1890's land grant universities received recognition and created celebration at USDA headquarters this week. (Rod Bain. Deputy Secretary Stephen Censky. Secretary Sonny Perdue.)
The nation's 1890 land grant universities have recent reasons to celebrate and did so at USDA headquarters this week. (Rod Bain. Representatives David Scott (D-GA) and Alma Adams (D-NC). Council of 1890 Land Grant Institutions Chair Kent Smith.
Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says there will be enough workspace for some of the USDA employees who are with an agency that is set to move to Kansas City, and want to move there before the September 30th deadline.