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Report
Rural Development
Rural Community College Alliance
September 25, 2014
United States Department of Agriculture
Rural Development’s Broad Base of
Economic Development Programs
Presented by:
Alan Stephens, Arizona State Director-USDA-RD
Gary Bojes, Ph.D., Senior Advisor – Rural Utilities Programs
Committed to the Future of Rural Communities
http://www.rurdev.usda.gov
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Rural Development’s Mission
To assist rural communities in creating prosperity so they are
self-sustaining and economically thriving through investments
that create ladders of opportunity, build regional resilience and
support the growth of emerging markets.
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Rural Development Program Areas
Rural Utilities Service
Program
Areas
Rural Housing &
Community Facilities
Rural Business &
Cooperative Service
• Electric Program
• Water & Environmental Programs
• Telecommunications and Broadband Programs
• Homeownership Loans
• Home Repair Loans & Grants
• Mutual Self-Help
• TA Grants
• Multi-Family Housing Loans
• Housing Preservation Grants
• Community Facilities Loans & Grants
• Business and Industry Guaranteed Loans
• Rural Business Enterprise Grants
• Rural Business Opportunity Grants
• Intermediary Relending Program
• Rural Energy for America Program
• Value Added Producer Grants
• Cooperative Development Assistance
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USDA Rural Development
Field Delivery System (Near your School)
National Office
General Field
Representatives
Native American
Coordinators
State Directors
Area Directors
Program Directors
Specialists
Architects
Engineers
Technicians
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Rural Development Partners
with Local Leaders
Community involvement was a key to implementation Then, and is Still Key
A MAJOR ROLE FOR COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL
COLLEGES – Active Leadership through RD Programs
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ERS Study on Economic Capital
Reference for Study
Physical Capital
• Examples CC
Human & Social Capital
• Examples CC
Financial Capital
• Examples CC
Natural Resource Capital
• Examples CC
Thinking Beyond Previous Successes
Coordinating our Approach to Enhance Rural Economic
Development
http://www.ers.usda.gov/publications/err-economic-researchreport/err131
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Rural Development Program Areas
Rural Utilities Service
Program
Areas
Rural Housing &
Community Facilities
Rural Business &
Cooperative Service
• Electric Program
• Water & Environmental Programs
• Telecommunications and Broadband Programs
• Homeownership Loans
• Home Repair Loans & Grants
• Mutual Self-Help
• TA Grants
• Multi-Family Housing Loans
• Housing Preservation Grants
• Community Facilities Loans & Grants
• Business and Industry Guaranteed Loans
• Rural Business Enterprise Grants
• Rural Business Opportunity Grants
• Intermediary Relending Program
• Rural Energy for America Program
• Value Added Producer Grants
• Cooperative Development Assistance
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$6.8 Billion Portfolio
Number of Active Loans (3,470)
Code 11
Code 21
Code 22
28
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Code 11-Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting
86
Code 21-Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction
Code 22-Utilities
Code 23-Construction
Codes 31-33-Manufacturing
369, 14%
Code 42-Wholesale Trade
Codes 44-45-Retail Trade
Codes 48-49-Transportation and Warehousing
Code 51-Information
161, 6%
Code 52-Finance and Insurance
Code 53-Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Code 54-Profession, Scientific, and Technical Services
Code 55-Management of Companies and Enterprises
Code 56-Administrative and Support and Waste
Management and Remediation Services
659, 25%
Code 61-Educational Services
Code 62-Health Care and Social Assistance
Code 71-Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Code 72-Accomodation and Food Services
Code 81-Other Services (except Public Admin.)
Code 92-Public Administration
Unknown NAICS
10
204, 8%
Code 23
19
Codes 31-33
Code 42
Code 44-45
204, 8%
Code 48-49
Code 51
85
Code 52
Code 53
Code 54
Code 55
385, 14%
Code 56
Code 61
76
Code 62
Code 71
Code 72
11
57
66
10
21
Code 81
Code 92
Unknown NAICS
124, 5%
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Better Assist High Need Communities

StrikeForce

Promise
Zones

Stronger
Economies
Together
It takes a partnership of willing community leaders,
residents, bankers, visionaries
AND
USDA Rural Development to revitalize
our rural communities. The possibilities are
endless.
[email protected]
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Farm Bill Requirement to craft a
Coordinating Strategy between
Rural Development and Community & Technical Colleges
Formal Listening Session
October 9, 2014 @ 2:00pm (eastern time)
Details in Federal Register
http://www.archives.gov/federalregister/index.html.
And on Website www.usda.gov
To RSVP for the listening session email:
[email protected]
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