Harrison 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.
Harrison County offers educational programming and services to area farmers, landowners, and gardeners. Research activities in support of these programs are also conducted.
Lost Creek Seed Library
The Lost Creek Public Library in Harrison County worked with the WVU Extension Master Gardener Program and Larry Campbell, retired WVU Extension agent, to develop and offer a seed catalog with seeds that residents can use to shop for plants.