West Virginia Agricultural and Forestry Extension Station, West Virginia University, USDA-CSREES
Data Center Description
The research programs of the West Virginia Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station provide information and opportunity that benefits individual well-being, industry, community development, and governing bodies, in West Virginia and far beyond. Faculty researchers are involved in innovative, multidisciplinary research projects addressing diverse areas of inquiry. Teams are exploring the economic possibilities of aquaculture and sheep production for West Virginia and the region. Water quality issues are being explored from a range of perspectives. Geneticists are mapping the roots of cancer in human DNA.