WVU Extension Service announced today that David Snively has been appointed director of WVU Jackson’s Mill. The appointment is effective July 1, 2021.
Children and families can tune in this summer to West Virginia Public Broadcasting to engage in fun, interactive programming through WVU Extension Service's Energy Express in the comfort of their homes. The six-week, summer television program will be hosted by Joel Brown and broadcast across West Virginia beginning June 21, 2021. The 30-minute episodes will air Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. and feature engaging activities in literacy, STEM, art, cooking, nature, nutrition and more.
WVU Extension Service, West Virginia State University Extension Service partnership receives $250,000 to enhance vaccine education
WVU Extension Service and West Virginia State University Extension Service have received nearly $250,000 to enhance vaccine education and immunization outreach to West Virginians.
Fourth and fifth graders in Ohio County and throughout West Virginia will learn about hydroponics as an alternative crop production technique through a STEM education project funded by the NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium. The award will provide students in upper elementary grades hands-on STEM learning opportunities through a series of six hydroponics lessons.
West Virginia Senators Shelley Moore Capito and Joe Manchin recently announced that WVU Extension Service’s Energy Express program has been awarded more than $1.2 million to support literacy programs for West Virginia youths beginning in summer 2022. The award will continue through 2024 ($1.2 million each year for three years).
West Virginia youths feel pretty passionate about their communities. And they are improving their hometowns by developing ideas and opportunities to make their communities even “cooler.”
With the right tools and instruction, home food preservation can help you safely enjoy the fruits of your labor all year long. WVU Extension Service’s food preservation experts are ready to deliver right to you at home the knowledge and skills you need to start canning, freezing and drying your own foods.
Interest in better health and nutrition is growing. As West Virginians continue to battle chronic disease in the state, WVU Extension Service is bringing education and resources to address one of those chronic illnesses.