Nevada Department of Agriculture unveils new logo

New logo represents Nevada’s diverse landscapes and agriculture


Ciara Ressel
Public Information Officer


SPARKS, Nev. - March 10, 2024

The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) has unveiled new branding, including a fresh logo to represent Nevada’s diverse landscapes and the agriculture that is produced in the state.

“From the mountains to rangelands, crops to livestock, we hope this new logo is a reflection of everything we represent in Nevada, and our dedication to preserve, protect and promote Nevada agriculture,” said NDA Director J.J. Goicoechea.

While the new logo has been implemented and will be used on new materials going forward, the NDA’s old logo may remain on resources that have not been updated. These resources are still relevant and accurate. More information about the NDA can be found at

About the Nevada Department of Agriculture

The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) mission is to preserve, protect and promote Nevada’s agriculture. The department has 225 dedicated employees providing services in its five divisions, Administrative Services, Animal Industry, Measurement Standards, Food and Nutrition, and Plant Health and Compliance. The department’s $288 million budget facilitates regulatory and administrative work in agriculture and food manufacturing industries, protecting public and environmental health and worker safety, and providing food distribution and oversight for the United States Department of Agriculture’s school and community nutrition programs.