WVAlways: Today is the beginning of OSHA’s National safety stand down week. “Every person has a personal responsibility for their own safety,” says Mark Fullen of WVU Safety and Health Extension. “And they need the education and understanding of what is a safe workplace and what isn’t.”
Charleston Gazette-Mail: “It is important for people to realize that it is possible not only to save money by growing your own food, but it could be a full-time job and provide for economic stability for you and your family,” said West Virginia University Extension Agent and Conference Coordinator John Porter.
Bluefield Daily Telegraph: “I met with those folks Friday,” Spencer said. “We are taking a look at what is the best opportunity for the city. They (the WVU Extension Office) are involved in the farmers market in Princeton. We are talking to them about opportunities and about what can be done.
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