The United States is a nation that, for all intents and purposes, has become a farm nation.
The nation is the world’s second-largest exporter of corn and the world ‘s largest producer of soybeans.
The country is the top producer of wheat and barley.
But as the US imports more of its food, it’s now the third-largest importer of grains.
And that’s just for grains.
The United Kingdom and Australia are among the other big exporters, as well.
And while the US has become the biggest exporter globally in the past decade, the US is now the biggest importer in Alaska, with more than $100bn of imports in 2016, according to the US Department of Agriculture.
This year, the state was the biggest net importer, with $65bn in imports.
That’s almost double the annual import of $30bn from the US and almost triple the import of the UK, the largest net importers.
That’s the story of Alaska agriculture.
Alaska agriculture is not an industry, according the USDA, but an economic and social service.
It’s been an economic engine since the 1920s.
But in the years since the end of the Cold War, Alaska agriculture has been hit hard by globalisation, as the economic power of the US shifted from the United States to Asia.
The US had become the world centre of the global agricultural system, and Alaska was the world hub for that system.
But, thanks to the economic crisis of 2008, the region was left with a big hole in its budget, and in the late 1990s, the Alaska Agriculture Improvement Act was passed.
The act provided $7.5bn to fund a new Alaska agriculture industry that would develop, grow, and maintain a stable, profitable, and sustainable agriculture industry.
That industry was the first in the US to receive the aid.
And it has been one of the biggest beneficiaries of the aid, with the Alaska Agricultural Improvement Act boosting Alaska agriculture’s GDP by nearly $6bn, according a report released by the USDA.
The new Alaska agricultural industry, which would provide more than 20,000 direct jobs in the state, was a $2bn project, funded by the Alaska Native Farming Development Program, which is funded by state and local governments and is managed by the Department of Natural Resources.
The program is part of the state’s effort to help Alaska farm families by making them financially independent, with jobs in small business, construction, and tourism.
The Department of the Interior and Alaska Native Affairs have been working closely together to support the new industry, working with the state and its tribes.
The department has also funded a $1.4bn state-funded initiative to improve the economic viability of Alaska’s agriculture industry, and the state has also been funding an initiative to provide scholarships to help farmers make it through a downturn.
The state has made a concerted effort to encourage the agriculture industry and has been working with a variety of stakeholders, including the Department and local tribes, to make the industry more competitive, said state Agriculture Secretary David Young.
“We’ve been trying to encourage innovation, to encourage small business to start businesses, to have some local investment, to provide subsidies,” he said.
“Alaska’s farmers have been the biggest winners of this.”
The state’s agricultural industry has been able to generate enough revenue to support a range of agricultural programs, from agricultural colleges to agricultural research to farm-training programs, Young said.
And the state is continuing to invest in research and education in agriculture.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is now researching how to encourage more farming-related industries, like agriculture, to relocate to the state.
But Young said there are other issues facing the state that need to be addressed, including growing inequality.
In addition to increasing inequality in the farming industry, Alaska also has a history of being at the forefront of fighting climate change.
That was a focus for the Alaska legislature, as it has fought to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect the state from the impacts of climate change, which will affect the environment for centuries.
The federal government has not been supportive of the new state agriculture industry because the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has said the new farming industry is not environmentally sustainable, said Young.
The EPA has warned the industry to improve its climate management, as an industry with large amounts of greenhouse gases emissions will be hard pressed to meet the goals of the Clean Power Plan.
The EPA has also said the industry is likely to pollute the air.
“The EPA is not in favor of the Alaska agriculture business,” said Young, who added that the agency will continue to monitor the state to ensure that the industry follows all the environmental standards.
But the agriculture program is a big investment, he said, because it helps support a sustainable and growing industry that will be able to provide employment to people.
Alaskans are working hard, and they’re investing in the