Report to FAO.

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U.S. FAO Interagency Committee, 1964 - Agricultural assistance, American

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Page 49 - That the project adopted, including the maps, plans, and specifications, shall be such as in the judgment of the Commission will be best adapted to a comprehensive plan for improving or developing a waterway or waterways for the use or benefit of interstate or foreign commerce, for the improvement and utilization of waterpower development, and for other beneficial public uses, including recreational purposes...
Page 47 - USC 797, 808) 1.37 and 2.1 of this chapter, the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act, 48 Stat. 401, as amended, 16 USC 661 et seq., and by publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
Page 45 - Act by assisting landowners, operators, or occupiers through contracts providing for land stabilization, erosion and sediment control, reclamation through changes in land use, and the establishment of practices and measures for the conservation and development of the Region's soil, water, woodland, wildlife, and recreation resources.
Page 53 - Council") which shall be composed of the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the Chairman of the Federal Power Commission. The...
Page 48 - The act also provides that fish and wildlife conservation shall receive equal consideration and be coordinated with other features of water resource development programs.
Page 34 - These daily earnings figures do not include the value of perquisites or fringe benefits furnished without charge by the employer. Actually hired farmworkers generally receive less in the way of fringe benefits than do nonagricultural workers. A substantial proportion of farm wageworkers do receive some perquisites such as room and board, housing, meals, transportation, and use of garden space. The value of these items, however, generally does not equal the value of health and medical insurance, paid...
Page 92 - To make loans for financing and refinancing of the cost of purchasing, constructing, equipping, maintaining, repairing or operating new or used commercial fishing vessels or gear.
Page 47 - A project is planned and carried out jointly by local, State, and Federal agencies with the full understanding and support of a large majority of the landowners and citizens of the community. It can include many purposes: Flood prevention ; agricultural water management; municipal and industrial water supply, both for present and future use; recreation and fish and wildlife development.
Page 135 - Amendments of 1935, the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act of 1936 and the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938. The...
Page 92 - ... (7) the vessel will be of advance design, which will enable it to operate in expanded areas, and be equipped with newly developed gear, and will not operate in a fishery, if such operation would cause economic hardship to efficient vessel operators already operating in that fishery...

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