This week's broadcast of Mountain Stage revisits our 2021 Holiday Special. The episode features seasonal songs, old and new, all recorded live over the years on the Mountain Stage.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The arrival of fall might not have most people thinking about gardening, but the members of the Kanawha County Extension Master Gardener Association think it is the perfect time.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
History could be made Friday night at a baseball game in Morgantown — but it won’t have anything to do with the ball game.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Morning, WVU professor and researcher Emily Garner looks into micro-organisms in water systems, and a children’s book on urban farming and getting kids excited about growing their own food.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
After last year’s flooding in Eastern Kentucky, some people had trouble getting insurance reimbursement. But it wasn’t just flood waters that destroyed homes. The rains also brought landslides. We also visit with scientists in North Carolina, who explain how the language we use can lead to misunderstandings about climate change. And, in Appalachia, farmers have long planted their gardens by celestial signs. Berea College professor Sarah Hall has a new book about how that knowledge is still in use today.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Morning, it’s spring planting season. Sarah Hall, an associate professor of agriculture and natural resources at Berea College, is the author of a new book, “Sown in the Stars: Planting by the Signs.” Inside Appalachia Producer Bill Lynch spoke with Hall about gardening using astrology.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
With ramp season nearly here, many West Virginians are preparing to harvest the wild, onion-like crops.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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