The 2014 CYFAR Annual Report highlights the programming efforts, program outcomes and impacts of the Children, Youth and Families at Risk (CYFAR) grant program.
In an effort to keep nifa.usda.gov current, the archive contains outdated information that may not reflect current policy or programs.
Twenty years ago, we reached an important milestone in our nation’s effort to achieve equity in research, education, and extension. In 1994, 29 tribal colleges received land-grant university (LGU) status, giving them access to federal government resources that would improve the lives of Native students through higher education and help propel American Indians toward self-sufficiency. These resources also support innovative research, education, and extension programs that positively impact agriculture and food production.
NIFA and ARS host 2014 USDA Annual BRAG Project Directors Meeting.
Dr. V.M. (Bala) Balasubramaniam, professor of Food Engineering at The Ohio State University, will share advances in “Shelf Life Extension of Foods with Fresh-like Quality Attributes by High Pressure.”
Open Data is a powerful, evidence-‐based tool for long-term sustainable development by improving economic opportunities for farmers and health of consumers.