USDA in Illinois to Reopen Service Centers to Producers Soon

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[September 23, 2020]   Due to the coronavirus pandemic, USDA implemented a unique approach to completing its missions while maximizing the safety of employees and citizens who use the services provided.

Now, in accordance with federal guidance, USDA is beginning a phased approach to reopening offices to in-person visitors, including its USDA Service Centers that deliver important programs to farmers and ranchers. These reopening procedures have been developed to maximize the safety of USDA employees and the agricultural producers who rely on USDA programs and services.

The reopening status of USDA Service Centers across Illinois is different depending on local conditions. At this time, Service Centers are not able to accept visitors, and agricultural producers should still call their local Service Center to schedule an appointment.

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Once Service Centers are able to have visitors, USDA’s Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service will send shared information via email, updates to, and other communications vehicles.

[USDA Farm Service Agency]

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