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It’s time to JOIN the CLUB and save the date FOR 2017 HARRISON COUNTY 4-H CAMP! 2017 Camp Information
2016 Harrison County Master Gardener Spring Clinic & Garden Fair
Event Pictures

People in Your Community… Knowledge at Your Doorstep

Welcome to the WVU Extension Service in Harrison County
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Office Information

WVU Extension Service
Harrison County Office
1117 Good Hope Pike
Clarksburg, WV 26301

Phone 304-624-8650
Fax 304-624-0017
Hours 8:00-4:00 Mon-Fri
Driving Directions

The WVU Extension Service provides public programs with support from West Virginia University faculty and staff and is part of a national Cooperative Extension System. WVU also maintains a historic special-mission campus at WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Camp, near Weston, West Virginia.

WVU-Harrison County Extension Leads WVU Freshman Service Project

15 WVU freshmen participated in a service project led by the WVU-Harrison Co. Extension Office and the UHC Hospice Program staff at the People’s Hospice Garden in Clarksburg on 8/15/16. The participants painted 43 garden benches at the site as part of their WVU freshman orientation experience.


WVU-Harrison County Master Gardeners Plant 200 Trees at Meadowfill.

13 WVU-Harrison MGs and friends planted 200 trees at the Meadowfill landfill near Bridgeport Tuesday (8/9) as part of a wetland wildlife project at the site. Though it was hard work, all MGs involved felt that it was a great experience and a wonderful community project. A nice article on the project can be found in the August 10, 2016 Exponent Telegram at: Tree Planting. Also see photos of the project at MG Service.

WVU-Harrison County 4-H Livestock Show August 27, 2016

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The 2016 WVU-Harrison County 4-H Livestock Show will be held adjacent to Tractor Supply in Clarksburg, WV beginning at 12:00 p.m. The public is invited and there is no fee to attend. Come out and support our Harrison County 4-Hers!

Harrison County Community Educational Outreach Service (CEOS) Council

held their last meeting of the year. Accomplishments were acknowledged and members were encouraged to participate in projects for 2014. See WBOY TV 12 Video for more details.http://www.wboy.com/story/23873934/harrison-county-community-educational-outreach-service-discusses-upcoming-projects


If you have a question about your garden, trees, farm, or any other topic which the Extension Service covers, try a visit to eXtension, a source of information that can provide solutions based on the wisdom of the nation’s Extension agents and specialists.