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Morgan County Agriculture & Natural Resources

There are a variety of programs related to horticulture, agriculture and natural resources available for the residents of West Virginia. For a complete listing of all the information we have about lawns, gardens and pests, visit the main Extension website. If you’re a producer, whether with large-scale animals or vegetables for your local market, visit our farming section for more in-depth information about agriculture.

If you’re interested in learning about the all the things that make West Virginia wild and wonderful, including information on our natural resources, follow the link to learn more.


Berkeley Springs Farmers Market

Each year the Berkeley Springs Farmers Market brings the best of Morgan County (and our neighboring counties) to town. Help support your local farmers and growers, and get great products, at the Berkeley Springs Farmers Martket!

Applications for the Farmers Market season on the web at www.berkeleyspringsfarmersmarket.com. Applications can be made for season contracts for the Sunday market and/or the Thursday market . Application can also be made for weekly sales booths if available and/or for shared booths with other producers. You may request a copy be mailed to you by calling 304-258-8400.

Berkeley Springs Farmers Market
Sundays, first Sunday in April through second Sunday in December 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Downtown Berkeley Springs, WV
Route 522 & Fairfax Street

For more information and to sign up for our weekly e-newsletter, visit us at
www.berkeleyspringsfarmersmarket.com.


Master Gardener Program

We’re growing

And more than just plants. The WVU Extension Service Master Gardener Program not only lets citizens expand gardening knowledge and sharpen their skills, but also assist WVU Extension offices in answering questions, beautify their community and make friendships surrounding a common interest – horticulture.   

How do you join?

The first step is to see if your county offers the program. Many of those in West Virginia do, so even if yours doesn’t, a neighboring county may. Call your local WVU Extension Service Office for information and watch for meetings in your area.

Once you’ve found a program, you’ll get 40 hours of training during a 12-week program where you’ll learn about a variety of things including: botany, plant propagation, entomology, pesticides and pest management, plant disease, soil and fertilizers, turfgrass management, vegetable gardening, gardening equipment, tree fruits, small fruit, pruning, landscape design, woody ornamentals, indoor plants, herbaceous plants, garden animals and teaching methods.

From there, pass a test and complete 40 hours of initial volunteer work and you’ll have earned the right to call yourself a WVU Extension Master Gardener.

For more information about becoming a Master Gardener, contact the Morgan County Extension Office at 304-258-8400.

Morgan County Master Gardener Scholarship

Established to annually award a scholarship for both Morgan County High Schools. The scholarship is awarded to a senior from each high school who meets the criteria spelled out in scholarship application. Briefly, the senior must have been accepted to a West Virginia institute of higher learning and be pursuing a degree or certification in horticulture, agriculture, forestry, or a similar field of environmental study.

For more information contact the Morgan County Master Gardeners through the WVU Extension Office at 304-258-8400.