WVU Extension Service’s Women in Agriculture Conference Helps Women Farmers Cultivate Their Farm Enterprises
West Virginia University Extension Service provides new ways for some of West Virginia’s 9,000 female farmers to network, grow their sustainable agribusiness and learn leadership and marketing skills with its inaugural Women in Agriculture conference, Nov. 14 15, at Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, West Virginia. For further information(click here)
WVU-Harrison Master Gardeners “Seed Library” Featured on Swedish TV
Local Master Gardeners, Kaye Alsbrooks and Valarie Dunlevy, were recently interviewed on Swedish TV. The interview featured the seed library which Kaye and Valarie organized at the Southern Area Public Library in Lost Creek as part of their 2012 Master Gardener Class service project. Click here to see interview and scroll to right to last picture to select the link.
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.