Definition of Department of the Interior (DOI)

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Department of the Interior (DOI)

The term 'Department of the Interior (DOI) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' This cabinet-level agency, also known as the Home Department, was created on March 3, 1849 by an Act of Congress to oversee and manage the vast national or public domain. Today the Department includes eight bureaus whose functions include managing National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges, collecting revenues from mineral resources, and operating programs developing, protecting, and enhancing resources on the Nationís public lands'.

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