National Agricultural Library
The National Agricultural Library (NAL) is one of five national libraries of the United States. It houses one of the world's largest collections devoted to agriculture and its related sciences.
Women's History Month: The Bureau of Home Economics
Read about the pioneering work of the USDA Bureau of Home Economics. The Bureau was the first major unit to be headed by a woman, Dr. Louise Stanley, and focused on topics of central concern to women.
Search citations from two agricultural science databases: indexed journal articles and the NAL catalog.
Find full-text articles and citations to peer-reviewed journal articles in the agricultural sciences.
Access open data relevant to agricultural research.
Explore NAL collection materials available in digital format.
Browse an online vocabulary tool of agricultural terms in English and Spanish.
Learn about invasive species that threaten the United States.
Uncover reliable resources on food, healthy eating, physical activity, and food safety.
Find Federal life cycle assessment data, research, and information systems.
Organic Roots Digital Collection
Interested in sustainable agriculture? Explore a collection of historic USDA documents published before 1942 containing information that could still be pertinent to today's farmers.
NAL's Internet Archive Collection
Find digitized materials from NAL's collections including seed trade catalogs, USDA agency publications, and special agricultural topics.
Celebrating 200 Years of the House Committee on Agriculture (1820-2020)
Follow the key events, members, and landmark legislation that make up the history of 200 years of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture.