Expiration and Extension of the 2008 Farm Bill

Expiration and Extension of the 2008 Farm Bill

Date: December 9, 2013
Creator: Monke, Jim; Aussenberg, Randy Alison & Stubbs, Megan
Description: This report discusses the extension of the 2008 Farm Bill for 2013, and provides background information on extension and expiration of this bill.
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Rural Broadband: The Roles of the Rural Utilities Service and the Universal Service Fund

Rural Broadband: The Roles of the Rural Utilities Service and the Universal Service Fund

Date: May 9, 2012
Creator: Gilroy, Angele A. & Kruger, Lennard G.
Description: This report discusses Rural Utilities Service (RUS) Broadband and Telecommunications Programs. Since the initial deployment of broadband in the late 1990s, Congress has viewed broadband infrastructure deployment as a means towards improving regional economic development, and in the long term, to create jobs.
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Expiration and Extension of the 2008 Farm Bill

Expiration and Extension of the 2008 Farm Bill

Date: September 16, 2013
Creator: Monke, Jim; Aussenberg, Randy Alison & Stubbs, Megan
Description: This report discusses the extension of the 2008 Farm Bill for 2013, and provides background information on extension and expiration of this bill.
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The Changing Structure of Agriculture and Rural America: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges

The Changing Structure of Agriculture and Rural America: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges

Date: October 30, 2001
Creator: Cowan, Tadlock
Description: This report provides an overview of Contemporary Rural America. The report discusses the changes that are likely to pose important questions about the direction and coherence of current rural policy. Several significant trends in this evolving structure of agriculture are discussed in this report: (1) a continuation in the trend toward fewer and larger farms; (2) a potential acceleration of that trend as production shifts to more tightly integrated and vertically coordinated production through supply chains; (3) greater environmental pressures on conventional agricultural production practices stemming from urban and suburban interests; and (4) changing food consumption patterns.
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Value-Added Agricultural Enterprises in Rural Development Strategies

Value-Added Agricultural Enterprises in Rural Development Strategies

Date: October 8, 2002
Creator: Cowan, Tadlock
Description: None
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An Overview of USDA Rural Development Programs

An Overview of USDA Rural Development Programs

Date: August 26, 2004
Creator: Cowan, Tadlock
Description: None
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Development of National Urban Growth and Rural Development Policy: Legislative and Executive Actions in 1970 and 1971

Development of National Urban Growth and Rural Development Policy: Legislative and Executive Actions in 1970 and 1971

Date: March 23, 1972
Creator: Congressional Research Service
Description: The 1970 Acts require the executive branch to submit the reports on the further development of urban growth policy, the location of Federal facilities, acceleration of the availability of government services and financial assistance (among other subjects) in support of rural community development. This report should assist in the evaluation of these submissions received from the President and executive departments and agencies. The report's basic purpose is to place individual legislative actions in the larger context of interrelated national urban and rural development objectives set forth by the Congress. The basic content of this report consists of three major components. The first summarizes 1970 legislative developments at both the State and Federal levels of government concerning contributions being made toward the development of a balanced national growth policy for the United States. The second component describes the actions taken by Congressional committees and the Congress in the first session of the 92nd Congress (1971). The final component is a detailed annotated summary of the published literature of urban and rural development made available in 1971.
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Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Status and Issues

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Status and Issues

Date: April 14, 2014
Creator: Stubbs, Megan
Description: This report discusses the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) enacted in 1985, which provides payments to farmers to take highly erodible or environmentally-sensitive cropland out of production for ten years or more to conserve soil and water resources.
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Conservation Reserve Program: Status and Current Issues

Conservation Reserve Program: Status and Current Issues

Date: January 3, 2008
Creator: Cowan, Tadlock
Description: This report discusses the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) enacted in 1985, which provides payments to farmers to take highly erodible or environmentally-sensitive cropland out of production for ten years or more to conserve soil and water resources.
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Rural Development Provisions of the 2008 Farm Bill

Rural Development Provisions of the 2008 Farm Bill

Date: September 18, 2008
Creator: Cowan, Tadlock
Description: This report discusses the provisions under Title VI of the 2008 farm bill (P.L. 110-246, Food, Conservation, and Energy Act), which addresses development and issues in rural areas. The report includes background on the policies, issues, and programs involved in rural development as well as a breakdown of the provisions in the 2008 farm bill, such as broadband and telecommunications, rural utilities infrastructure, business and community development, regional development, and other provisions. It also includes a comparison of rural development provisions in the 2002 and 2008 farm bills.
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