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FOOD SAFETY CLASS TO BE HELD JUNE 2 AT STATE FARM MUSEUM

DEMAND HIGH FOR WEST VIRGINIA BERRIES AT 2015 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

AG COMMISSIONER HALTS LIVE POULTRY EXHIBITIONS, SALES AND
SWAP MEETS ON AVIAN INFLUENZA CONCERNS


LEARN TO PRODUCE AND MARKET DRIED FRUITS WITH WVU EXTENSION SERVICE WORKSHOP


MAPLE WORKSHOPS SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 4 AND 6.

U.S. EPA ISSUES PESTICIDE SAFETY ALERT CONCERNING HIGHLY TOXIC METHYL BROMIDE

AVIAN INFLUENZA CONCERNS HALT POULTRY EXHIBITS AT TWO
WEST VIRGINIA FAIRS

COMMISSIONER AND RITA HELMICK OFFER CONDOLENCES ON THE PASSING OF FORMER LEGISLATURE JOHN CHERNENKO

FOOD SAFETY PLANNING WORKSHOP SCHEDULED FOR MAY 14

GOOD AGRICULTURE PRACTICES TRAINING SCHEDULED FOR MAY 7

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING FOR FIRST RESPONDERS SCHEDULED

APPLE TREE PLANTING TO HONOR FALLEN WV SOLDIERS

LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED

WVDA ACCEPTING 2015 ‘WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE’ NOMINATIONS

USDA SEEKING 2016 FARM TO SCHOOL GRANT APPLICANTS


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protect plant, animal and human health and the state’s food supply through a variety of scientific and regulatory programs; to provide vision, strategic planning and emergency response for agricultural and other civil emergencies; to promote food safety and protect consumers through educational and regulatory programs; and to foster economic growth by promoting West Virginia agriculture and agribusinesses throughout the state and abroad
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