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Yellow Woodsorrel

Characterized by light green stems that can be purple at the lower part and often unbranched, giving rise to heart-shaped leaflets. Yellow woodsorrel's leaflets help distinguish it from clover leaves, which are not heart-shaped but look similar otherwise.

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Walmart Foundation grant to expand access to healthy foods, boost state agriculture industry

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Fresh, healthy foods can be difficult to find in rural West Virginia communities. This isn’t only evident at the dinner table, its impact shows up at the doctor’s office, too.

One in four of the state’s rural residents is food insecure, and with the recent public health crisis, it is anticipated that more West Virginians will not have reliable access to food. Food insecurity directly affects the state’s health: 40 percent of West Virginians are obese, 16 percent have diabetes and 13 percent have cardiovascular disease.


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Angela Lawrence joins WVU Extension Service in Berkeley and Jefferson counties

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With a drive to make a difference and strong community ties, Angela Lawrence joined West Virginia University Extension Service as an Extension instructor and Family and Community Development agent for Berkeley and Jefferson counties, effective August 17.


DeVor joins WVU Extension Service as agent-in-training in Wyoming and McDowell counties

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With 13 years of experience working in various West Virginia University programs, Raegan DeVor brings her extensive background and passion for 4-H with her as she joins the WVU Extension Service team in Wyoming and McDowell counties as agent-in-training, effective June 8.  


Boerboom joins WVU Extension Service as an agent-in-training in McDowell and Wyoming Counties

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With years of experience teaching and inspiring youths, Kayla Boerboom joined the West Virginia University Extension Service team as an agent-in-training for McDowell and Wyoming counties, effective June 8.


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