Friday, July 24, 2020
While the kind of hemp that's grown in West Virginia does not contain the level of the psychoactive substance present in its cousin, marijuana, it does contain a trace, sometimes more.
This FAQ covers the most commonly asked questions about impacts of the COVID-19 emergency on USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) grants. NIFA continues to evaluate options and flexibilities related to coronavirus impacts and will announce updates to this FAQ in the NIFA Update.
History of USDA Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) States
In order to complete a responsive application for Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Request for Applications, applicants should review the relevant information and application guidance on this page.
Bovine respiratory disease, one of the most prevalent and costly illnesses in the beef and dairy industries, accounts for about half of all feedlot deaths in North America and costs producers as much as $900 million a year, according to Purdue University.
NIFA and ERS Virtual Career Expo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The Reporting Web Conference Series (RWC) is a bi-monthly series run by the NIFA Planning Accountability and Reporting Staff (PARS) which seeks to foster consistent, quality communication between NIFA leadership and its partners, including the Land-Grant University system.
A listing of those entities who have received authorization to use the 4-H Name and Emblem from the Division of Youth and 4-H.
The largest freshwater aquifer in the world, the Ogallala, has been an entire generation’s primary source for agricultural and public groundwater in eastern Colorado and six Great Plains states.