Journal of forestry (USA), Feb 1989, v. 87(2) p. 5-8.
Forestry - General aspects, Legislation, USA, FORESTRY, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, LEGISLATION, ETATS-UNIS, FORESTERIE, ADMINISTRATION CENTRALE, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, CIENCIAS FORESTALES, GOBIERNO CENTRAL, LEGISLACION, and united states congress
Choices : the magazine of food, farm and resource issues (USA), 1986, v. 1(1) p. 6-10.
Agricultural economics and policies, Legislation, USA, AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, NATIONAL ACCOUNTING, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, LEGISLATION, ETATS-UNIS, DEVELOPPEMENT AGRICOLE, COMPTABILITE NATIONALE, ADMINISTRATION CENTRALE, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, DESARROLLO AGRICOLA, CUENTAS NACIONALES, GOBIERNO CENTRAL, and LEGISLACION
Journal of soil and water conservation (USA), Jan-Feb 1988, v. 43(1) p. 57-59.
Soil erosion, conservation and reclamation, Legislation, Public administration, USA, WATER CONSERVATION, SOIL CONSERVATION, MONITORING, LEGISLATION, ADMINISTRATION, ETATS-UNIS, CONSERVATION DE L'EAU, CONSERVATION DES SOLS, SURVEILLANCE, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, CONSERVACION DE AGUAS, CONSERVACION DE SUELOS, VIGILANCIA, LEGISLACION, ADMINISTRACION, food security act of 1985, conservation reserve program, and us congress
18 IUFRO World Congress, Ljubljana (Yugoslavia), 1986, Cubbage, F.W., and Hodges, D.G.
Silva Fennica (Finland), 1986, v.20(4) p. 376-384.
Extension, Organization, administration and management of agricultural enterprises or farms, Forestry - General aspects, USA, FAMILY FARMS, EXTENSION ACTIVITIES, ETATS-UNIS, EXPLOITATION AGRICOLE FAMILIALE, VULGARISATION AGRICOLE, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, EXPLOTACION AGRICOLA FAMILIAR, and EXTENSION
18 IUFRO World Congress, Ljubljana (Yugoslavia), 1986, Henly, R.K., and Ellefson, P.V.
Silva Fennica (Finland), 1986, v. 20(4) p. 358-365.
Organization, administration and management of agricultural enterprises or farms, Legislation, Forestry - General aspects, USA, FORESTRY, LEGISLATION, FAMILY FARMS/ FOREST RESOURCES, PROTECTION, ETATS-UNIS, FORESTERIE, EXPLOITATION AGRICOLE FAMILIALE/ RESSOURCE FORESTIERE, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, CIENCIAS FORESTALES, LEGISLACION, EXPLOTACION AGRICOLA FAMILIAR/ RECURSOS FORESTALES, and PROTECCION
18 IUFRO World Congress, Ljubljana (Yugoslavia), 1986 and Risbrudt, C.D.
Silva Fennica (Finland), 1986, v. 20(4) p. 302-305.
Organization, administration and management of agricultural enterprises or farms, Trade, marketing and distribution, Forestry - General aspects, USA, FORESTRY, LAND USE, ECONOMICS/ ADMINISTRATION, ETATS-UNIS, FORESTERIE, UTILISATION DU SOL, ECONOMIE/ ADMINISTRATION, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, CIENCIAS FORESTALES, UTILIZACION DE LA TIERRA, and ECONOMIA/ ADMINISTRACION
Nutrition today (USA), May-Jun 1986, v. 21(3) p. 23-29.
Human nutrition - General aspects, ETATS-UNIS, POLITIQUE ALIMENTAIRE, ADMINISTRATION CENTRALE, NUTRITION, SURVEILLANCE, COLLECTE DE DONNEES, ANALYSE DE DONNEES, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, POLITICA ALIMENTARIA, GOBIERNO CENTRAL, NUTRICION, VIGILANCIA, RECOLECCION DE DATOS, and ANALISIS DE DATOS
The executive summary of the first report of the Joint Nutrition Monitoring Evaluation Committee (JNMEC), a federal advisory committee jointly sponsored by USDA and DHHS, is presented. The Committee is charged with developing periodic reports to Congress on the dietary status and nutritional health of the U.S. population and making recommendations on the National Nutrition Monitoring System (NNMS). Principle conclusions of the JNMEC about the nutritional status of the American population are outlined. The quantity and quality of selected dietary and health data as well the availability of criteria for determining the data's significance are discussed. Food components are discussed in one of three categories of monitoring status priority based on their relationships to nutritional status: those warranting public health monitoring priority status, those warranting continued consideration, and those requiring further investigation. Four major categories of recommendations are issued: 1) improve information exchange between data users and gatherers, 2) increase use of data collected under the NNMS, 3) improve methods and techniques for gathering information to assess nutritional status, and 4) increase resources for the NNMS.(aje)
National food review NFR - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service (USA), Apr-Jun 1990, v. 13(2) p. 34-36.
Nutrition programmes, Legislation, PRODUIT ALIMENTAIRE, LEGISLATION, POLITIQUE ALIMENTAIRE, ALIMENTATION DE L'ENFANT, NUTRITION, EDUCATION, REVENU, HYGIENE DES ALIMENTS, QUALITE, INSPECTION, POISSON (ALIMENT), AIDE ALIMENTAIRE, ETATS-UNIS, ALIMENTOS, LEGISLACION, POLITICA ALIMENTARIA, ALIMENTACION DEL NINO, NUTRICION, EDUCACION, RENTA, HIGIENE DE LOS ALIMENTOS, CALIDAD, INSPECCION, PESCADO, AYUDA ALIMENTARIA, and ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA
ill Details of the food and nutrition bills introduced in the 101st Congress are summarized. The laws focus on food assistance, nutrition information sources, and food safety and quality
American journal of public health (USA), Jan 1985, v. 75(1) p. 18-26.
History, Legislation, ETATS-UNIS, INDUSTRIE ALIMENTAIRE, PROTECTION DU CONSOMMATEUR, REGLEMENTATION/ PRODUIT ALIMENTAIRE, LEGISLATION, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA, INDUSTRIA ALIMENTARIA, PROTECCION DEL CONSUMIDOR, REGLAMENTACIONES/ ALIMENTOS, and LEGISLACION
ill., charts. 95 references Extract: Ending its 27-year stranglehold on proposals for federal pure food and drug legislation, Congress passed the Pure Food and Drug Act and its companion bill, the Meat Inspection Act, on June 30, 1906. An unprecedented convergence of consumer, scientific, and industrial support in 1906 prompted such action; most industries even planned for it, hoping regulation would restore the competitiveness of their products on weak foreign and domestic markets. The ways in which these interests converged, and the reasons therefor, suggest a change in their relationship to each other and with the federal government as America headed into the twentieth century. (Author)