24 Aug

The Inter-Mountain: There are lots of expected things to worry about when it comes to finances, but back-to-school budgeting is often one that blindsides families, according to WVU Extension Service experts.

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24 Aug

Charleston Gazette-Mail: ... as an extension agent, my mantra is to always start with a soil test.

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24 Aug

Lancaster Farming: “Hay and fencing supplies are being donated. We are in the process of coordinating storage with the WVU Extension Service…”

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24 Aug

MCRA gets updates

August 24, 2016

The Williamson Daily News: Refresh Appalachia has several projects in place. There is also work being done with the WVU Extension Service. Southern W.Va. Community and Technical College has shown interest in adding an agriculture program to their curriculum.

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24 Aug

The (Huntington) Herald-Dispatch: The scholarship program began in 2007 through a partnership with the local WVU Extension Office?

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24 Aug

The State Journal: The West Virginia Agriculture and Forestry Hall of Fame Foundation recently inducted eight individuals at the foundation’s annual banquet July 16 at Jackson’s Mill.

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11 Aug A ten-week science series for kids wrapped up in Grafton on Thursday. ... The WVU Extension Service out of Taylor County hosts the events aimed at promoting technology, engineering and math topics.

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10 Aug

The (Clarksburg) Exponent Telegram: WVU Extension Service master gardeners spent Tuesday planting 200 trees and bushes in the wetlands area of Meadowfill Landfill in Bridgeport.

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10 Aug

The (Martinsburg) Journal: ... Emily Wells, who has joined the West Virginia University Extension Service as Jefferson County’s Agriculture and Natural Resources agent.

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10 Aug

The (Beckley) Register-Herald: Jennifer Williams, associate dean for Partnerships and Initiatives with the WVU Extension Service, said 4-H projects at the fair are usually the result of a year’s work for hundreds of children and teens.

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