USDA Service Center has moved from Manti to Ephraim
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact information: Ron Francis, State Public Affairs Officer, (801) 524-4557
Services remain the same
EPHRAIM, UT, Nov. 5, 2013 – The Service Center for the United States Department of Agriculture recently moved from its location on Main Street in Manti to the second floor of the Ephraim City Building at 5 South Main Street in Ephraim. The three USDA agencies who occupy the office are the Farm Service Agency (FSA), the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and Rural Development (RD). Services to farmers, ranchers, and other community customers will remain the same, as will the area they serve. A public open house was held on Monday, November 4.
Agency heads, Art Douglas, state executive director of the FSA; Dave Brown, state conservationist for NRCS; and Dave Conine, state director of RD, said in a joint statement that “the move was initiated to improve program delivery, reduce leasing and administrative costs, and gain efficiencies without compromising service to our customers and the communities we serve.”
Citizens from Sevier and Sanpete Counties are welcome to drop by the office or to call any of the following for more information about the services provided by these three USDA federal government agencies:
Farm Service Agency, Val Anderson, county executive director, 435-835-4111; Korry Soper, farm loan manager, 435-896-5489 x122.
Natural Resources Conservation Service, Brian Miller, district conservationist, 435-835-4111 x110.
Rural Development, Jason Justesen, area director, 435-283-8004 x4.
Note: The photo is available for use (credit USDA photo): Cutline: Outside their second floor offices are the office managers for the three USDA agencies who recently moved into their new Ephraim offices. They are, left to right, Val Anderson, FSA county executive director; Korry Soper, FSA farm loan manager; Brian Miller, NRCS district conservationist; and Jason Justensen, area director for Rural Development
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