Eastern Panhandle farmers branching out

By Cecelia Mason
Until the current housing market slump hit, counties in WV’s Eastern Panhandle experienced rapid growth; some old family farms became subdivisions. Now some growers in the area are working to hang onto their farms by finding new ways to make money off their land.

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