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SteveBonanno The journey begins…

It’s with great pride and excitement that I write to you today as your permanent dean and director.

For those of you who heard my presentation last month, I mentioned that my commute was short, but my journey was long – and I know it’s been a long journey for each and every one of you, too. I appreciate your willingness to step up and meet the challenges and needs that accompany an organization that has been without a permanent leader for so long. Read more of Steve Bonnano's letter...


Be a better brand advocate with a free WVU Extension Service item

Full-time, part-time, and temporary employees are eligible to receive a WVU Extension Service branded item of their choice through the Ext Apps website.

Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31. One item per employee.

Offerings include a long-sleeved dress shirt, short-sleeved polo shirt, hooded sweatshirt, or saddle bag.

Questions? Contact Bob Nickelson, Cassie Thomas, or Ron Davis.

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Garden Calendar Resources Still Available

GC2015 The WVU Extension Service Garden Calendar is one of our most popular publications. In fact, we print nearly 85,000 copies each year.

Many agents use the calendar as a way to connect with their community leaders, attaching a personal note about the importance of their work in the community. However you choose to use the Garden Calendar, here is a list of resources that might help you spread the word.


Extension’s Inclement Weather Policy

snowy road Snowy weather brings questions about when, or if, to close an Extension office. Please refer to the WVU Extension Inclement Weather Policy for answers to your questions.