National Agricultural Library


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National Agricultural Library

A federal library in the United States that provides resources on livestock, food, history, rural development, water quality, marketing, and other topics. The National Agricultural Library coordinates regional libraries and facilitates agricultural research in the U.S. It was established in 1862 and is based in Maryland.
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Perhaps the most important of these was spearheading the redesignation of the USDA Library as the National Agricultural Library (NAL), a mission he undertook early in his tenure.
He [Lincoln] was much pleased with the method of the graves, saying it differed from the ordinary cemetery, and after I had explained the reasons, said it was an admirable and befitting arrangement," Saunders recounted in a historical journal that is part of the National Agricultural Library (NAL) Special Collections.
Department of Agriculture or the National Agricultural Library of any product, service, or information to the exclusion of others that may be suitable.
The National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland, is the chief agricultural library in the United States and contains one of the world's greatest collections of agricultural material.
Agriculture Department, National Agricultural Library Recognized for Knowledge Management Achievements
Collaborators on the research covered in this story include: Amaron Energy, Brigham Young University, Honeywell UOP, Michigan Technological University, Montana State University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Oregon State University, Resource Concepts Incorporated, USDA Forest Service, USDA National Agricultural Library, USDA Rural Development, Utah State University, and Vermont and Nevada Extension.
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Through an agreement between the National Agricultural Library (NAL) and ASAE, all USDA employees now have access to the complete collection in the ASAE online Technical Library.
As a result, in April 1987, Congress proposed in House Resolution 2026 that the USDA establish a National Rural Assistance Information Clearinghouse at the National Agricultural Library (NAL) located in Beltsville, Maryland.
The National Agricultural Library further supports the WSJ article stating, "Currently, seafood imports are the largest contributor to the trade deficit among agricultural products, and second largest, after petroleum, among all imported natural resources.
More than 100 white boxes fill shelf after shelf of the fifth floor at the National Agricultural Library (NAL), sheltering secrets of U.

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