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Fri Mar 21 17:05:24 2014 UTClccn-n790082430.06What's to eat? : And other questions kids ask about food0.400.79Office of Inspector General ... annual plan134395541n 790082432041061242360206636420608162304072066362Agricultural Department United StatesAgriculture Department United StatesAmerikas Savienotās Valstis. Department of AgricultureCommissioner of Agriculture United StatesDepartamento de Agricultura de los Estados UnidosDepartamento de Agricultura United StatesDepartment of Agriculture.Department of Agriculture of United StatesDepartment of Agriculture United StatesEstados Unidos Commissioner of AgricultureEstados Unidos Departamento de AgriculturaEstados Unidos Secretary of AgricultureÉtats-Unis Commissioner of AgricultureEtats-Unis. Département de l'agricultureÉtats-Unis Secretary of AgricultureFörenta staterna. Department of AgricultureOffice of Information United States, Department of AgricultureSecretary of Agriculture United StatesSpojené státy americké. 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The 1980 Yearbook explores the uses of energy, describes ongoing energy research projects, explains the practical applications of available options, and discusses alternate sources of energy. In agriculture, some of the topics covered are the use and manufacture of fertilizers, greenhouse utilization and tips for producing cheaper plant and animal foods. Family living focuses on changing habits, home-insulation, better home and landscape design, and home management. Community activities include transportation pools, waste audits, recycling projects, education, etc. The various energy sources discussed include hydroelectric power, geothermal energy, wind, sun, wood, and farm wastes12577ocn022873478book19900.27United StatesAmericans in agriculture : portraits of diversityPersonal narratives12384ocn010269396book19820.25United States Department of AgricultureUsing our natural resources12293ocn058594461file19700.53National Research Council (U.S.)Land use and wildlife resourcesHistorical perspective. Wildlife values in a Changing World. New patterns on land and water. Influence of land management on wildlife. Special problems of waters and watersheds. Pesticides and wildlife. Wildlife demage and control. Legislation and administration. Evaluation and Conclusions12283ocn017222625book19870.25United StatesOur American landHistory12075ocn008124371book19810.25United StatesWill there be enough food?11346ocn020848786book19890.25United StatesFarm management : how to achieve your farm business goals11281ocn009118447book19820.25Etats-UnisFood--from farm to table11254ocn018969572book19880.27United StatesMarketing U.S. agriculture11124ocn006064348book19790.06United StatesWhat's to eat? : And other questions kids ask about foodJuvenile worksCovers the history of food and eating, the production of food, smart shopping, nutritional aspects of food, food habits of people in other countries, and foods of the future. Includes activities and directions for starting a garden10894ocn014881651book19860.27United StatesResearch for tomorrow10012ocn012191738book19840.25Animal health9282ocn000515626book19720.28United StatesLandscape for living9145ocn000615800book19490.29United StatesTrees5149216ocn025902681book19920.66United StatesProposed rescission of budget authority : message from the President of the United States transmitting one proposed rescission of budget authority, pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 683(a)(1)Observations14115ocn052822437file20030.47Frontiers in agricultural research food, health, environment, and communitiesThe focus of the book is on the U.S. Department of Agriculture and how it should refocus its $2 billion annual research budget to reflect changing public values and needs. Its emphasis should shift from increasing food and fiber production to frontier issues such as the impact of globalization on U.S. agriculture, diet and health, food safety, environmentally sound farming alternatives and the quality of life in rural communities. It goes on to discuss the need for high-level leadership to support new directions in food and agricultural research+-+194935458512414ocn043477311com19940.47Investing in the national research initiative an update of the Competitive Grants Program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture+-+608705458512234ocn064711734com20050.50Carlson, Laurie MWilliam J. Spillman and the birth of agricultural economicsHistoryBiography"Biography of William J. Spillman, scientist and educator for the United States Department of Agriculture. Explores Spillman's role in the development of the agricultural economics, the agricultural New Deal, genetics research, agricultural education and the Cooperative Extension Service, the post-World War I overproduction crisis, and the Law of Diminishing Returns"--Provided by publisher+-+063067173511014ocn070773027com19890.56National Research Council (U.S.)Investing in research a proposal to strengthen the agricultural, food, and environmental systemThis book provides an analysis of funding for agricultural research in the United States and presents a proposal to strengthen this system. Its premise is that a judicious but substantial increase in research funding through competitive grants is the best way to sustain and strengthen the U.S. agricultural, food, and environmental system. The proposal calls for an increased public investment in research; a broadened scientific scope and expanded program areas of research; and four categories of competitively awarded grants, with an emphasis on multidisciplinary research+-+42769545858921ocn061689559file20050.33Careers in the US Department of Agriculture you can become an important part of the USDA, a vital resource for farmers and all who are interested in agriculture, preservation of wildlife, nutrition, and economic growth8743ocn011784244book19850.29Solkoff, JoelThe politics of food8662ocn000965522book19620.31United StatesAfter a hundred years6159ocn001483840serial0.73United StatesReport of the Secretary of AgriculturePeriodicalsContains administrative report only6123ocn530009620com20080.35United StatesNational animal identification system+-+91957415165972ocn811591301book20130.37Daniel, PeteDispossession : discrimination against African American farmers in the age of civil rightsHistory"Between 1940 and 1974, the number of African American farmers fell from 681,790 to just 45,594 - a drop of 93 percent. In his hard-hitting book, historian Pete Daniel analyzes this decline and chronicles black farmers' fierce struggles to remain on the land in the face of discrimination by bureaucrats in the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He exposes the shameful fact that at the very moment civil rights laws promised to end discrimination, hundreds of thousands of black farmers lost their hold on the land as they were denied loans, information, and access to the programs essential to survival in a capital-intensive farm structure. More than a matter of neglect of these farmers and their rights, this 'passive nullification' consisted of a blizzard of bureaucratic obfuscation, blatant acts of discrimination and cronyism, violence, and intimidation. Dispossession recovers a lost chapter of the black experience in the American South, presenting a counternarrative to the conventional story of the progress achieved by the civil rights movement."--Book jacket5402ocn000316704book19720.47Rasmussen, Wayne DThe Department of AgricultureHistory5264ocn320446423com20090.70United StatesManagement of civil rights at the USDA hearing before the Subcommittee on Government Management, Organization, and Procurement of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, May 14, 20085224ocn030901462book19930.59National Performance Review (U.S.)Department of Agriculture : accompanying report of the National Performance Review5223ocn700051293book20100.73United StatesThe American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 an update : hearing before the Committee on the Budget, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, hearing held in Washington, DC, July 14, 20105116ocn173134565book20070.63United StatesAgriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and related agencies appropriations bill, 2008 : report together with minority views (to accompany H.R. 3161)5083ocn276415223book20080.73United StatesWaste, fraud, and abuse in the Federal Crop Insurance Program : hearing before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, first session, May 3, 2007Rules4996ocn029682755file0.79United StatesOffice of Inspector General ... annual planPeriodicals4975ocn319435088book20080.70United StatesHearing to review the U.S. Department of Agriculture's release of program beneficiaries' social security numbers and the department's information systems, generally hearing before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, first session, May 2, 20074914ocn457065135file20090.70United StatesHearing to review the 2007 farm bill proposals of the U.S. Department of Agriculture hearing before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, first session, February 14, 2007+-+0630671735Fri Mar 21 15:41:08 EDT 2014batch705687