アメリカ合衆国農務省

January 1, 1970

米国農務省(USDA)は、農業、林業、農村経済開発、および食品に関連する連邦法の策定と実行を担当する連邦執行部門です。それは、商業的農業と畜産食品生産のニーズを満たすことを目的とし、農業貿易と生産を促進し、食品の安全を確保し、天然資源を保護し、農村コミュニティを育成し、米国および国際的な飢餓を終わらせるために働きます。それは、米国大統領に直接報告し、大統領の内閣のメンバーである農務長官によって率いられています。現在の秘書は、2021年2月24日から務めているトムビルサックです。

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