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Extension Calling: advice for the farm, garden, and home

Oct 2, 2022

Many accidents and injuries come after a storm. For those with the misfortune of experiencing a flood or other strong storm it is important to take extra steps to stay safe when cleaning up. Chainsaws and foot injuries are two things that could send you to the E.R.  Wet hay can do worse to your livestock.

To help reduce...


Sep 25, 2022

The weather is turning and harvests are winding down. As things slow down, don't let them come to a complete stop. Cleaning, sharpening, and mulching are just a few of the things that you should do before tucking in for the winter.


Fall Prep Can Prevent Problems

Sep 25, 2022

The weather is turning and harvests are winding down. As things slow down, don't let them come to a complete stop. Cleaning, sharpening, and mulching are just a few of the things that you should do before tucking in for the winter.


Sep 18, 2022

Special guest Chuck Klein from https://www.wvpublic.org/edible-mountain joins us to talk about the amazing diversity and value of our Appalachian forests and how he's working to archive the vast knowledge of how to use these plants. We also discuss opportunities for forest farming, potential markets, and valuable...


Sep 11, 2022

The Extension Master Gardener program is an international group of people who love plants and growing things. Each member goes through an extensive training program and is required to put in volunteer hours. But the program has more benefits than just learning more about growing things.