WVU Berkeley County Extension Service
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The Berkeley-Morgan County FSA office is approved to accept applications for the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) to address damages from June 3, 2018 flooding.
Approved ECP practices under this authorization include:
ECP is administered by FSA to assist producers with the cost of recovery activities required to restore the agricultural land to pre-disaster conditions. Producers who sustained damage event damages are encouraged to submit their request for assistance prior to beginning reconstructive work. Submitting a request after completing qualified reconstructive work may result in forfeiture of program eligibility.
The Cooperative State-County Landowner (CSCL) Gypsy Moth Suppression Program is now accepting applications for egg mass surveys from landowners. Applications are available at the Berkeley County Extension Office and are online at the WVDA's Plant Division Website.
A refundable deposit of $1 per acre must be submitted with the application. The deposit will be used toward payment for treatment if the landowner qualifies.
The minimum acreage required to participate is 50 contiguous acres of wooded land. Adjoining landowners may combine their properties to meet the acreage requirement. Those landowners who qualify and wish to participate in the program must sign a contract with the WVDA by December of 2018.
The Berkeley-Jefferson Extension Master Gardeners are pleased to announce the 7th
annual Tomato Fest will occur on Saturday, August 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00
- Aug2910:00 AM - 11:00 AMAgBeats Integrated Crop Management Webinar & Conference Call
- Sep16 All Day 4-H Soccer Day
- Sep17 All Day Registration Deadline for West Virginia Weekend at the National Fire Academy
- Sep188:00 AM - 5:00 PMExtension Service Annual Meeting