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30 years of energy express

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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Jorge Atiles, current dean and director of Extension and Engagement at WVU, will serve as the institution’s new associate vice president and dean for Land-Grant Engagement, overseeing all three units in the new division launching July 1, 2024. Stay informed of the progress. Email any questions to

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

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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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WVU Extension Safety and Health celebrates students furthering education through microcredentials

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West Virginia University Extension Safety and Health hosted a graduation ceremony to honor students who completed the Certified Safety Trainer and the Certified Safety Specialist programs. WVU Extension Safety and Health has been a leader in providing professional continuing education courses since 1994 by serving as the lead organization in the National Resource Center, an OSHA Training Institute Education Center, one of 27 in the United States. 

WVU Extension’s Energy Express celebrates 30 years of promoting literacy

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Over $20,000 up for grabs in the WVU Extension Grow This Throwdown

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West Virginia University Extension will award over $20,000 in grant funding to winners of the inaugural Grow This Throwdown gardening competition later this year.  

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