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WVU to celebrate organic farming with field day
by Gabriella Brown, The Dominion Post
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27 August 2021
On 27 August 2021 The Dominion Post (Morgantown, W.Va.) reported:
West Virginia University is celebrating organic farming with hands-on activities, workshops, farm tours, and more through this year's Organic Farm Field Day. Diverse activities will be available for organic farmers and home gardeners alike to enjoy during the free event.
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'It's really an important part of our mission to work with the folks in West Virginia and share the knowledge that we have have for organic farming whether it be research that translates to the everyday farmer or new inventive ways to to do something,' said Lindsay Willey, director of marketing and communications for the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Design.
... Jim Kotcon, WVU associate professor in plant and soil sciences, said organic farming emphasizes the use of natural processes and acts as an alternative to synthetic chemicals. Methods used are more sustainable and lower environmental impacts caused by conventional agriculture. It also promotes an overall healthier lifestyle as it reduces the amount of pesticide residues in food.
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