Newsroom
31 Jan

(State Journal) Daniel Eades says he knows from walking through the Morgantown farmers market that there’s a demand for fruits and vegetables grown in-state, but he also knows the barriers to entry to that business can be daunting.

A recent study from West Virginia University shows the demand for locally grown fruits and vegetables has increased and the state has the potential to expand and profit from farming.

Crop farming can be a viable business option in the state, and it’s an opportunity that could be missed if not invested in and protected, says Eades, WVU Extension Service community economics specialist.

Read more of this article from the State Journal…