Many growers across the country have been left without a market due to oversupplied apple processors. West Virginia rescued its surplus, with a plan that donates apples to hunger-fighting charities.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Morning, on a national level, the end of pandemic-era benefits will affect childcare costs and access. West Virginia hopes to avoid those short fallings by relying on individual childcare subsidies that date back to the 1960s. Emily Rice has more.
Also, in this show, The Allegheny Front, based in Pittsburgh, is a public radio program that reports on environmental issues in the region. We listen to their latest story about making big events and weddings eco-friendly by eliminating food waste and plastics.
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