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20 May

The Intelligencer: More than 300 local women gathered Tuesday in Moundsville to learn new techniques for successful farming in West Virginia.

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20 May

Associated Press: Experts from the West Virginia University (WVU) Extension Service, West Virginia Department of Agriculture, West Virginia Bureau for Public Health and Penn State Extension are offering a 1-day, hands-on workshop for those interested in how to produce and market dried fruit products.

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20 May

WBOY-TV: College students from around the state gathered at Jackson’s Mill this week for the West Virginia Student Leadership Conference.

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19 May

WBOY-TV: The WVU Extension Service awarded a grant to the 4-H program for a garden at Mason Dixon Elementary.

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19 May

Claiborne Progress.net: The Boone County Commission proclaimed the week of May 17-23, Community Educational Outreach Educational Service (CEOS) week in Boone County in recognition of the outstanding service provided by the Racine CEOS Club.

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19 May

Aquaponics Program Set

May 19, 2015

The Intelligencer: Gaylynn Johnson, an employee of the West Virginia University Extension Service in Marshall County, will present a program on aquaponics at Oglebay Institute’s Schrader Environmental Center, at Oglebay Park, at 7 p.m. Monday, May 18.

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19 May

Charleston Gazette: Pests and pestilence — this is a theme that runs through most of the calls and emails I receive during the garden season.

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19 May

Dominion Post: All children make mistakes, and often times, that’s the best way to learn.
To read more, see Sunday, May 17, Page 4-H.

18 May

WDTV-TV: For 100 years now, Mountain State kids have been able to participate in the West Virginia 4-H camping program.

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18 May

WTRF-TV: Officials have enlisted in the help of professionals from West Virginia University to help get the message out about what Hancock and Brooke county has to offer.

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