Roylene Comes At Night

Roylene Comes At Night

SPOKANE — The U.S. Department of Agriculture runs three agencies in Washington to support ranchers, farmers, forestland owners, and producers across the state. We pride ourselves on working closely together, to ensure we accomplish our functions in a unified, coherent and effective manner.

Although our three agencies, the Farm Service Agency (FSA), the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Rural Development (RD), have individual functions, we share USDA’s priorities. These priorities include advancing racial equity and opportunity, addressing climate change, tackling food and nutrition insecurity, and creating new and better market opportunities for those we serve.

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Jon Wyss is the Washington state director of the Farm Service Agency, Roylene Comes At Night is the state conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and Helen Price Johnson is the state director for Rural Development.

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