MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – If you have a passion for agriculture and a desire to work with the community, serving as a West Virginia University Extension agent should be a perfect fit.
WVU faculty awarded USDA grant to help apple growers tap snack market and add to profits
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The old saying goes “where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” and a few West Virginia University faculty believe the adage holds true when looking at the potential for West Virginia’s apple growers to develop and market a unique food item that could become the hottest new snack — dried, smoked apple chunks.
WVU Extension Service welcomes Megan Midcap as Lewis County Extension agent
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University Extension has appointed Megan Midcap as the newest Extension agent for 4-H Youth Development in Lewis County.
Join WVU and the WVU Extension Service for #WVUFairFun at the State Fair of West Virginia
MORGANTOWN, W. Va.— The West Virginia University Extension Service will offer up a 10-day blend of tradition and future at the State Fair of West Virginia in Fairlea from Thursday, Aug. 9 to Saturday, Aug. 18 through everything from time-honored livestock 4-H projects to the innovation of a championship robotics team.
West Virginia women farmers to receive education and encouragement at WVU Extension Service conference
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Women farmers are one of the fastest growing segments in agriculture. Every day, more than 9,000 women are developing and maintaining their own farms and agribusinesses across West Virginia.
WVU to be featured on Barnwood Builders
Tune in Sunday to see West Virginia University President Gordon Gee, bowtie and all, hammering nails and sawing wood as the Barnwood Builders episode, taped earlier this year at WVU Jackson’s Mill, airs on the DIY network Sunday (Aug. 5) at 9 p.m.
Samantha Cogle named WVU Extension Service agent in Harrison and Marion counties
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University Extension welcomes Samantha Cogle as the Extension agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Harrison and Marion counties.