The West Virginia Forest Farming Initiative is a collaborative effort to grow a thriving ecosystem and economy for non-timber forest products and the people who love them in the Mountain State. ?
Forest Farming refers to the practice of intentionally and sustainably cultivating edible, medicinal, and other NTFPs under a forest canopy. Forest farming is an opportunity for landowners to generate income opportunities on forested property without logging. Forest farming is also a land stewardship practice that enhances the ability of the forest to perform essential environmental services such as regulating the watershed and sequestering carbon.
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Contact West Virginia Forest Farming Initiative
9494 Lobelia Road
Hillsboro, West Virginia 24946 Phone: