Agriculture Department has new, improved website
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) website has a new look and a new address.
“The new website is more attractive and much better organized,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, who activated the website today. “Visitors to the website will find it easy to navigate and to locate the information they need.”
The new website address is www.nd.gov/ndda.
The home page of the new website includes photographs and links to information about department news and activities. Users can look for additional information by clicking on the following buttons: programs, news, events, laws and rules, forms and agricultural links. Links to NDDA's Facebook and Twitter pages are also on the homepage.
Goehring said the website redesign was the effort of Roberta Tjaden, NDDA information technology administrator, and a committee of NDDA employees with technical support from the North Dakota Information Technology Department.
“I encourage anyone with an interest in agriculture and in government to check out our new website,” Goehring said. “Like all websites, it is a work in progress, so we certainly welcome all ideas and suggestions for changes and improvement.”