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15 Feb

The (Elkins) Inter-Mountain: The West Virginia University Extension Service in Barbour and Randolph counties will be offering free Dining with Diabetes classes in Philippi and Elkins.

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15 Feb

The (East Liverpool, OH) Review: Council approved a motion Monday to donate its multi-purpose room and kitchen area to the West Virginia University Extension office for the purpose of starting a program of community education and outreach service.

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15 Feb

Farm and Dairy: The West Virginia Department of Agriculture in conjunction with West Virginia University Extension Service has announced two grant writing workshop opportunities.

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15 Feb

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel: The cooperative … markets locally grown foods under the Mid-Ohio Valley Edibles (MOVE) brand throughout this region and the surrounding area, said Brandy E. Brabham, extension agent at WVU Extension Service—Roane County.

Read more at The Parkersburg News and Sentinel...

3 Feb

The (Clarksburg) Exponent Telegram: Dining with Diabetes, a collaborative effort between the WVU Harrison County Extension Service and United Hospital Center, will be returning this month.

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3 Feb

The (East Liverpool, OH) Review: WVU Hancock County Extension will be offering a Master Gardener class beginning in early March, provided there are at least five applicants.

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30 Jan

The Weirton Daily Times: Hancock County has hosted the Energy Express Program since 2009, and the West Virginia University Extension is working throughout the state to recruit 500 AmeriCorps members.

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30 Jan

The (Huntington) Herald-Dispatch: Ashlee Smith of Wayne County served as a member of the elite Design Team for the 2016 National 4-H Congress, which hosts more than 900 4-H members from across the United States each year…

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25 Jan

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel: The workshops are sponsored by the Wood County Master Gardeners, WVU Extension Service and the library and are free and open to the public.

Read more at The Parkersburg News and Sentinel...

25 Jan

The (Clarksburg) Exponent Telegram: The Extension Service is looking for people who want to become Master Gardeners — people who are passionate about gardening and want to improve their skills…

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