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Extra resources for Agriculture Fact Book 2001-2002
From entry level to top management, USDA’s initiatives to recruit and retain a diverse workforce reflect strong commitment and steady progress. 07 percent in FY 1999. Employment increases were realized in all diversity groups. A matter of continuing concern is that the number of permanent employees reporting disabilities continues to decline. 9 percent of the permanent USDA workforce. 4 percent in FY 2001. S. 1 percent in FY 2001. USDA is responding by redoubling its efforts to hire employees with disabilities.
Large farms still enhance some local economies, but developments in longdistance purchasing of inputs and marketing of products reduce their contribution. Seven out of eight rural counties are now dominated by varying concentrations of manufacturing, services, and other nonfarming activities. Today, rural regions of the country survive economically on one or more of three basic assets: natural amenities for tourism and retirement; low-cost, good quality labor and land for manufacturing; and natural resources for farming, forestry, and mining.
Department of Agriculture, National Commission on Small Farms. A Time to Act: A Report of the USDA National Commission on Small Farms. Miscellaneous Publication 1545 (MP-1545). Jan. 1998. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 1992 Census of Agriculture, Vol. 1: Geographic Area Series, Part 51: United States Summary and State Data. AC92-A-51. October 1994. S. S. households ($57,045) 100,000 75,000 50,000 25,000 0 -25,000 Limitedresource Retirement Residential Low-sales Small family farms (sales less than $250,000) Source: 2000 Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS).
Agriculture Fact Book 2001-2002 by Ann M. Veneman