Wyoming County is nestled between the steep mountains of southern West Virginia with equally steep economic struggles.
A familiar face has moved into a new a role as the 4-H youth development agent in
With an active interest in learning more about government, Jamie Yoder used the skills she learned in 4-H to land a position working on Capitol Hill and studying at West Virginia University.
Food has a way of bridging divides and bringing people together. And, today, there’s a growing desire among communities, restaurants and schools to use high quality, locally sourced ingredients.
Each summer, hundreds of volunteers provide life-changing experiences for West Virginia youths. Through the WVU Extension Service Energy Express summer reading program, AmeriCorps members, volunteers and others are helping to enhance reading and comprehension skills for students throughout the state.
Tiny insects make worldly impacts.
Students, families, 4-H’ers and alumni are invited to learn more about the exciting programs and engage in hands-on activities during the 2020 WVU Day at the Legislature. The free event, hosted by WVU and WVU Extension Service, is open to the public and will take place at the Capitol in Charleston on Jan. 21, 2020, from 9 a.m. to noon.