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April 25, 2016

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.

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20 Apr

Preston County News & Journal: West Virginians last year spent $8.3 billion for food. At the same time Preston County residents spent $141,600,000.

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20 Apr

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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20 Apr

WVU Today: Teens from all over the country are invited to learn what it takes to become a fire service professional at West Virginia University Extension Service’s Junior Firefighter Camp this summer.

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13 Apr

Farm and Dairy: Best-selling author Forrest Pritchard will headline the third annual West Virginia Urban Agriculture Conference April 30 on the campus of West Virginia State University in Institute, W.Va.

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13 Apr

Mountain Statesman: Taylor County WVU Extension 4-H Agent, Jenny Murray recently visited the WTES 4th grade. Mrs. Murray helped the students create a “Drumming Monkey” by using Lego Robotic kits.

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13 Apr

Bluefield Daily Telegraph: City officials in Bluefield are attempting to organize a larger farmers market for the downtown area. ... begin discussions with West Virginia University on the proposal….

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8 Apr

The Morgan Messenger: The Morgan County West Virginia Extension Office has been busy recently supporting local farmers and Farm-To- School efforts.

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6 Apr

Mountain Statesman: Borrowing Lego bricks from WVU Extension Service Agent Jenny Murray, Tom Hart organized Thursday’s All Aboard Grafton meeting …

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6 Apr

Jackson Newspapers: Mr. Randolph created this scholarship as his last gift to his wife knowing that is was her wish to forever support the youth members of the Jackson County 4-H Program.

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