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WVU Extension Service to offer education and community to state’s female farmers through online curriculum

Black chalkboard that reads "Welcome WV Women in Agriculture" with fall gourds displayed in front.

Women farmers from across the state have come together each fall for the last seven years to participate in the West Virginia University Extension Service Women in Agriculture program’s annual conference, sharing knowledge and networking. Even though this year’s in-person conference has been canceled, learning opportunities and community building will continue with a unique online educational program developed to keep the state’s women farmers, innovators and entrepreneurs informed and connected.