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We are celebrating 30 years of Energy Express, and we want to hear from you! Have you participated, volunteered, or worked as an AmeriCorps  member at an Energy Express site? Click on the button below to tell us your story! We want to share the stories of this program from all across West Virginia. 

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Kids Market @ The Store provides free food for families while strengthening the local food economy

A Kids Market @ The Store carts filled with fresh fruits and vegetables.

The popular Kids Market @ The Store program is expanding for summer 2024, offering free fruits and vegetables to over 3,800 families at 61 local retailers in 35 West Virginia counties. 

The program, now in its fourth year, is offered by the West Virginia University Extension Family Nutrition Program

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See hired as Preston County’s WVU Extension agriculture and natural resources agent

Carrie See recently began her position as the West Virginia University Extension agriculture and natural resources agent and assistant professor in Preston County. Growing up in Preston County and having previously worked for WVU Extension, See brings knowledge and experience to this position.

See previously worked as the agriculture and natural resources agent, program assistant and visiting instructor for Preston County, and as a program coordinator for the WVU Extension Small Farm Center .

Streets returns as WVU Extension agent in Tucker County

A familiar face among West Virginia University Extension, Jesica Streets has returned as the agriculture and natural resources agent and assistant professor in Tucker County.

After a stint working outside of the county, Streets was eager to return to work in the community where she and her family live and continue serving those around her.

Hoover joins WVU Extension Pendleton County office as agriculture agent

Jessica Hoover is the newest addition to the West Virginia University Extension team in Pendleton County, where she recently began her position as an agriculture and natural resources agent and assistant professor. 

While Hoover comes from a career as an underwriter, she has agricultural roots that span much further. Growing up on a beef cattle farm in Franklin, West Virginia, and being raised in both 4-H and FFA, she knew she wanted to work in the agriculture industry her whole life. 

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