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In an effort to keep nifa.usda.gov current, the archive contains outdated information that may not reflect current policy or programs.

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Friday, April 22, 2016

FY 2016 Congressional Actions

Information related to NIFA's FY 2016 Budget. The FY 2016 House and Senate Appropriations Committee Actions is a brief memo that highlights specific portions of the 2017 bill that may be of specific interest to the Agency's partners. The FY 2016 Appropriations Table shows the distribution of funding in the 2016 Appropriations Bill.

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Friday, February 13, 2015

FY 2015 Congressional Actions

Information related to NIFA's FY 2015 Budget. The FY 2015 Explanatory Statement and Appropriations is the Congressional text related to agency. The FY 2015 Appropriations Table the distribution of funding in the 2015 Appropriations Bill.

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Friday, February 13, 2015

FY 2014 Congressional Actions

Information related to NIFA's FY 2014 Budget. The FY 2014 Explanatory Statement and Appropriations is the Congressional text related to agency. The FY 2014 Appropriations Table shows the distribution of funding in the 2014 Appropriations Bill.

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Friday, August 24, 2018

Valuing Environmental Benefits from Natural Resource Conservation Programs

Joint Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) and NIFA. This program is designed to enhance our understanding of the roles payments for ecosystem services and/or payments for conservation practices play to protect or improve ecosystem services. Research is needed to assess the value of public benefits associated with changes in ecosystem services arising from the use of agricultural management practices. Development of such methods are necessary for advancing the ability to design and implement mechanisms to manage and protect agriculturally related natural resources.

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Friday, August 24, 2018

Center for Behavioral Economics for Agri-Environmental and Risk Management Policy Research

Joint Economic Research Service (ERS) and NIFA. This program is intended to support a Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economics for Agri-Environmental and Risk Management Policy Research. The center will employ and advance the use of behavioral and experimental economics to conduct research on how policies and programs can influence the provision of ecosystem services from agricultural resources, the management of risk, and other aspects of food and agricultural policy.