Growing Farm Movement Providing Support for People in Drug Addiction Recovery


On this West Virginia Morning, as the Ohio Valley suffers some of the nation’s highest rates of addiction and overdose deaths, a growing movement shows promise for those in recovery. Many are finding employment and support in food services and farms that specifically hire people who are recovering from addiction. Brittany Patterson has the story.

Also on today’s show, a group of congressional leaders has asked the Trump administration to review a Russian company’s investment in a new aluminum mill in the Ohio Valley. The Ohio Valley ReSource’s Sydney Boles has more.

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