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Appalachian Farmers Testing Rotational Grazing Despite Lack of Research

Small-scale farmers in the region often find it challenging to keep their land sustainable while staying competitive in the marketplace. The Ohio Valley ReSource's Nicole Erwin visited a farm that's doing both with a method called rotational grazing. She found that this "new" approach grows from some very old ideas.

Appalachian Farmers Testing Rotational Grazing Despite Lack of Research

Broadband Expansion Would Improve Learning

On West Virginia Morning, Dave Mistich reports on an all-star lineup that will perform at Joe's Pub in New York City on Sunday to benefit flood relief in West Virginia and John Mark Nelson is along with our Mountain Stage song of the week. That's on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

The Day 26 People Overdosed on Tainted Heroin

On West Virginia Morning, Clark Davis has more from Huntington about the day 26 people overdosed on heroin in the span of four hours and West Virginia's poet laureate Marc Harshman is along with this month's poetry break. That's on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

Federal Safety Rules for Natural Gas Pipelines Are Limited

On West Virginia Morning, health reporter Kara Lofton talks with doctors who are offering alternative services to increase business and natural gas pipelines are crisscrossing the region, but federal safety rules for these pipelines are limited. These stories coming up on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

Student Has One Word for Explorer Academy: Awesome

On West Virginia Morning, part two of our report about free trade. One company in Kentucky is critical of trade agreements as bad for business. And we'll go inside the Explorer Academy, now in its second school year in Huntington. These stories coming up on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

Kentucky Business Benefits from U.S. Trade Agreements

Coming up at 7:41 On West Virginia Morning, the first of two reports about trade. It's become a focal point in the presidential campaign, but how does trade affect companies in our region? And Glynis Board takes us to Blues Fest in Wheeling.

VISTA History in West Virginia

On West Virginia Morning, host Beth Vorhees talks with Inside Appalachia host Jessica Lilly about this weekend's episode featuring stories about VISTA volunteers that are working or have worked in the state. And Tift Merritt is along with our Mountain Stage song of the week.

Report Says Millions are Drinking Water Laced with Toxic Chemicals

On West Virginia Morning, Glynis Board reports on a study that shows drinking water is laced with toxic chemicals and Ashton Marra talks with Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss about how the state will pay its share of the bill for flood repairs. These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

Producers Discuss Their Award Winning Documentaries

On West Virginia Morning, forgive us for bragging but two West Virginia Public Broadcasting documentaries won regional Emmy Awards over the weekend. We'll hear from the producers of "Jay: A Rockefeller's Journey" and "The First 1,000 Days." That's on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

Communities Rely on FEMA Funds to Rebuild

On West Virginia Morning, today is the deadline for local governments to apply for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Ashton Marra reports many small communities depend on that assistance. And from the Ohio Valley ReSource, reporter Aaron Payne visits three addiction treatment centers with three very difference approaches to deal with opioid addictions. These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia's story.

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