Ag Deputy Secretary Shares How USDA Will Provide Support of a New Farm Bill

Farm Bill talks are underway for 2023 and USDA is weighing in on how it will provide support.

Deputy Secretary, Jewel Bronaugh, shares the Department’s game plan.

“We are looking forward to working with Congress to ensure that the program that USDA implements will best serve all people and the challenges facing us today. We are committed to leveraging our expertise and meaningful data to give feedback and better understanding about how our programs are working and where they aren’t and sharing where we may need additional flexibilities to better address the evolving and ever-changing needs and challenges across the country.”

The Department will also launch a Subcommittee on Rural Communities and Economic Development in the coming months.


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