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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Website for Nebraska.


                                                                Click Here Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Report
 

Maxine B. Moul, Nebraska State Director of USDA Rural Development

"Nebraska communities, homeowners, and businesses have benefited from $189.million in USDA Rural Development funds in 2011. We are working towards another record breaking year in 2012 with even more Rural Development dollars and projects moving into rural areas of our state. Since USDA Rural Development became a separate agency in 1996, we have invested nearly $2 Billion in rural Nebraska. Those dollars create jobs, build infrastructure and help to keep our rural communities as places where the youth want to stay and where others want to move."-- Nebraska State Director Maxine B. Moul, USDA Rural Development.  Maxine B. Moul Biography

 

The Nebraska Staff of USDA Rural Development is committed to assisting Nebraskans in accessing

USDA financing programs that are designed to offer:

   
 Affordable homeownership and repair opportunities.
   

 Safe and modern rental housing facilities.

   

 Essential public facilities and services including:

   Water and sewer systems
   Community facilities

   Telecommunications equipment and facilities

   
 Business opportunities to build and sustain healthy economies.
   

 Financial and technical assistance to cooperative and value-added efforts across Nebraska.

 

   Energy opportunities for conservation, installation of renewable energy systems, and research & demonstration

     on biofuels and advanced biofuels.

 

NEBRASKA NEWS

Rural Library Initiatives, a message from Christy Vilsack, wife of Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack:

mms://ocbmtcwmp.usda.gov/content/secy/cvilsack1CAP.wmv        SCRIPT IN TEXT

 

Tribal Listening Session

 

Visit the "Rural Jobs, Rural Opportunities" Page

VISIT the Nebraska Forum on Rural Jobs and Small Business Credit Page

 
 

Click Here Public Service Announcement for USDA Rural Development English

                           Click Here Public Service Announcement for USDA Rural Development Spanish
 

Click Here Rural Development Programs Desktop Reference


Beginning October 1, 2003, any organization that wants to submit a grant or combination grant/loan application to the federal government will first need to have a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, a unique nine-digit identification number. This DUNS number is provided free of charge by Dun and Bradstreet.
 DUNS Questions and Answers (PDF)
 www.Grants.gov

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