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By JORDAN RASMUSSEN
Contributor Center for Rural Affairs 

Resource gaps in small towns aided by USDA

 

September 7, 2017



Over the years, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development’s funding has served as a lifeline for rural communities, providing critical funding for water and wastewater infrastructure, public and community buildings and essential community service facilities.

Without these grants and loans, many small communities would have to put off infrastructure or facility projects. When necessary projects are delayed, the quality of life in a small town is impacted, along with its economic prospects.

Rural Development seeks out communities that most need assistance, helping officials fill res...



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