Educational Dinner Meeting
The WVU Extension sponsored Educational Dinner Meeting will be held Tuesday, February 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the Marlinton Municipal Auditorium.
To attend the meeting you must RSVP by calling the Extension Office at 304-799-4852 by Friday February 2. There will be a $5 for those who have dinner.
Quill Ward will be the guest speaker, “Making the most of your pasture.” Ward, a sixth-generation agriculturalist, owns and manages 280 cows, as well as 60 yearling heifers. He is a 2008 graduate of West Virginia University’s Davis College where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with an emphasis Animal Science. In this presentation Ward will discuss his trial and error throughout his extended grazing journey. He began researching extended grazing about 10 years ago. Since then he has been able to extend grazing for his cattle for 300+ days.
Attendance at this meeting will also be worth three (3) pesticide applicator recertification credits for categories 11, 12 and PA.
2024 Garden Calendars
The 2024 WVU Garden Calendars are available at the WVU Extension Office in the basement of the courthouse or by visiting extension.wvu.edu/lawn-gardening-pests/garden-calendar
The calendar also offers bonus materials and highlights, which include growing advice, food preservation recommendations, pest management information and healthy recipes that use your garden’s harvest, all provided by WVU Extension experts.