West Virginia “Farm Roots” program for small farmers and veterans

      Posted On: April 23, 2018

“A new project taking root in the Kanawha Valley is aiming to help small farmers and veterans in West Virginia grow and then market carrots to restaurants and other local consumers.

The goal of the West Virginia National Guard’s Patriot Guardens and Capitol Conservation District’s “Farm Roots” project is to help those participating to first grow their own carrots and then market the popular product to restaurant owners, farmers’ markets and other local buyers.”

Check out the full, West Virginia National Guard article here.