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    STATE AGRICULTURE OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE THEIR PRIORITIES FOR THE 2023 FARM BILL
    Source: NASDA news release

    As discussions for writing the 2023 Farm Bill begin, the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture will direct its policy advocacy efforts regarding the bill towards 10 specific policy areas. At the hybrid 2022 NASDA Winter Policy Conference today, members charged the organization to participate in Farm Bill conversations involving the following:

    Agriculture research
    Animal disease
    Conservation and climate resiliency
    Cyber security
    Food safety
    Hemp
    Invasive species
    Local food systems
    Specialty Crop Block Grants
    Trade promotion

    NASDA CEO Ted McKinney remarked on the importance of the Farm Bill and NASDA members' ability to provide unique perspective.

    "The next Farm Bill must remain unified, securing a commitment to American agriculture and the critical food and nutritional assistance programs for those who need it most. Often the officials closest to farmers themselves and as co-regulators with the federal government, NASDA members are uniquely positioned to lead impact and direct policymaking solutions for the 2023 Farm Bill."

    Read more about NASDA's policy work at NASDA.org/policy.


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