Summer Time

By |July 18th, 2019|Big Ugly|

-Bea Sias, Step by Step Logan County, West Virginia It’s not really “The Lazy, Hazy Days of Summer’, but more like “The Hot, Busy Days of Summer”. It is July, and it’s hard to believe how fast this year is going. But we are a busy group of people in our little town. Gardens are

Food Revolution

By |July 15th, 2019|High Rocks|

-- Food Revolution Class Students, High Rocks, Hillsboro, WV Hello!  I go by Pine, it's kind of a weird nickname, but it's what my best friend so lovingly calls me.  I have been a High Rocks girl for about 2 years.  This is my 3rd time at camp, but 2nd time at Camp Steele specifically. 

By |July 15th, 2019|Martin County Extension|

Learning Preservation After working all spring in your garden, it’s very rewarding to see all the produce piling up. However, there is only so much you and your family can consume. It’s always nice to share with neighbors and family. Its also very beneficial to preserve. We recently


By |July 15th, 2019|Linwood, Uncategorized|

I'm not sure our Linwood Community Daycare kids know how great they have it!  Below are some photos of the little ones harvesting potatoes...taters!  Red taters, purple taters and regular old normal taters!  Once again, we won the battle against those awful Colorado Potato Beetles.  Mechanical beetle control is something I was never fond of

Eat the Rainbow

By |July 7th, 2019|Scott County|

  Eat The Rainbow   As a child I can remember being told eat your carrots, they are good for your eyes.  Cartoons told us eat your spinach and you will grow big and strong like popeye, then comes to my mind the jolly green giant commercials.  Its funny how we dismiss these things from