- Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development Overview
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is comprised of six divisions that use a customer-driven, solution-oriented approach to cultivate and expand new economic opportunities for the food and agricultural sector; safeguard the public’s food supply; inspect and enforce sound animal health practices; control and eradicate plant pests and diseases threatening the $104.7 billion food and agriculture system; preserve the environment by which the farming community makes their living and feeds consumers; and protect consumers by enforcing laws relating to weights and measures.
- Who We Are
- MDARD Organizational Chart (11/4/19)
- MDARD program descriptions and organizational structure
- MDARD Scorecards
- MDARD on Social Media
- MDARD's Role, Mission, and Key Goals