Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Shorewell)

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Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Department overview
Formed18 May 2016
JurisdictionShorewellese Empire
Minister responsible
  • Hadi Syed

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is the Shorewellese government department responsible for keeping up the farmland. As Shorewell is a developing country, this office has a sensible level of force, particularly in Shehzadam. The office additionally has the employment of guaranteeing that all sustenance in the nation is of a decent quality. The department was established on 18 May 2016, with the foundation of the nation, and subsequently set out its major and minor goals.

This department is in charge of and regulates the following:

  • Adjustment to a dangerous atmospheric devation
  • Farming
  • Air quality
  • Creature wellbeing and creature welfare
  • Biodiversity
  • Preservation
  • Compound substances and pesticides
  • Fisheries
  • Flooding
  • Nourishment
  • Ranger service
  • Chasing
  • Inland conduits
  • Arrive administration
  • Marine arrangement
  • National parks
  • Clamor
  • Plant wellbeing
  • Provincial improvement
  • Practical improvement
  • Squander administration
  • Water administration
  • Promote agricultural trade
  • Promote agricultural production
  • Food safety and hazards
  • Protection of natural resources
  • End hunger and poverty

The department works in partnership with other departments including the treasury to supply for the changes it proposes, which include agricultural production of mint, tomatoes, apples, and coriander seeds.