WVFFC Staff returned to Mount Hope offices on Monday after a couple days of visioning, mapping and team building in the winter wonderland of Pocahontas County for the First Annual Staff Retreat. The remote beauty of Pocahontas County's farmland, the warmth of the wood stove, Liz's Chaga Chai, and an abundance of knit blankets inspired the rejuvenation and continuous growth of WVFFC. Keep an eye and an ear out for what is to come!
Join Local Food and Agriculture Advocates in Charleston on Tuesday, January 26th to speak with your West Virginia State Legislators. A luncheon will follow to celebrate our 2015 successes and to hear from you our 2016 goals.
Learn the skills to have a successful conversation with your legislator! H
ear from experts about everything you need to know to participate in the legislative meetings. The webinar will also cover local food policy issues that the WV Food and Farm Coalition is working on during the 2016 legislative session. Register Here!