MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – West Virginia leads the nation in the number of small farmers, and a team of researchers at West Virginia University hopes to help them increase the safety of the local foods sold to communities.
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – A West Virginia University researcher used science and data to solve the timeless argument of nature versus nurture – at least when it comes to microorganisms.
Lindsay Willey, Interim Director of Marketing and Communications, Davis College
of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, 304-293-2381, Lindsay.Willey@mail.wvu.edu
Hotter, wetter, drier: WVU research forecasts an uptick in extreme weather, temperatures in West Virginia
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – As part of the Nuffield International Farming Scholars program,
each year a select group of farmers embark on a journey around the globe to expand
their knowledge of agricultural industries and best practices.
CONTACT: Lindsay Willey, Interim Director of Marketing and Communications, Davis
College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, 304-293-2381,
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – Jeff Skousen, professor of soil science in the
West Virginia University
Davis College of Agriculture, NaturalResources and Design and land reclamation
WVU Extension Service, was recently selected as a recipient of the Soil Science
Applied Research Award by the Soil Science Society of America.
'Flying salt shakers of death': The lives of fungal-infected zombie cicads, explained by WVU researchers
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – Inspired by color, West Virginia University interior design
alumna Kasey Helmick designed a center for individuals with cognitive disabilities
which would help them lead more fulfilling lives.
Her project, “True Colors,” was recognized as a regional winner and finalist for
the national conference in the Interior Design Educators Council Student Design