By Ann M. Veneman
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Gov/ethics, for ethics training and financial disclosure. American Indian and Alaska Native Programs The USDA Tribal Liaison is the primary contact with tribal governments and their members and serves as the principal adviser and representative on USDA programs involving assistance to American Indians and Alaska Natives (with the exception of civil rights activities, which are coordinated by the Office of Civil Rights, and recruitment and employment, which are handled by USDA’s Office of Human Resources Management).
69 74 78 82 87 92 97 26 | Agriculture Fact Book | Chapter 3 farms, defined by the National Commission on Small Farms (1998) as farms with sales of $250,000 or more (fig. 3-3). Changes in the distribution of farms by sales class in the last four censuses can be compared across time by using the producer price index for farm products to adjust for price changes. Unfortunately, constant-dollar sales classes cannot be prepared before 1982, due to incomplete census records for individual farms prior to that year.
The issues facing the modern food and farm system today are so multifaceted and complex that they cannot be solved by any one program or approach. Protecting against plant and animal pests and diseases, or eliminating emerging foodborne pathogens, or overcoming the barriers to producing bioenergy efficiency, or ensuring nutritious food for low-income households, or encouraging costeffective carbon sequestration on farms and in forests—none of these can be accomplished by any single agency. Increasingly, the technology available to solve many program and policy problems also requires resources from multiple agencies.
Agriculture Fact Book 2001-2002 by Ann M. Veneman