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For 21 years, West Virginia University’s Organic Field Day has helped people see the possibilities in organic agriculture and learn solutions to organic production problems.

Hosted by the WVU Organic Research Farm, the event strives to provide best-practice recommendations for organic farmers and home gardeners. Participants are able to explore research plots, see demonstrations of organic practices and attend intensive workshops.

The event is free and open to everyone, especially organic growers, students who want to learn about alternative food production practices; home gardeners who want to avoid pesticides; conventional growers who are considering transitioning to organic; and cooperative Extension agents or pest management advisers.