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The spotted lanternfly has also been reported on a range of ornamentals around the home and in the landscape; in high numbers, the insect can become a nuisance pest to homeowners.
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Article ItemClass of 2023: Laila Ampy-Thomas finds a future in 4-H , article
An internship with Virginia Cooperative Extension introduced Ampy-Thomas to a career path that combined her passions for working with animals and kids.Date: Apr 28, 2023
Article ItemNew Center for Rural Education to focus on educational equity , article
As the founding director of the center, Amy Price Azano has studied how structural challenges related to poverty and educational inequities can adversely affect rural schools and communities. As a first-generation college student from a rural community, Azano understands these challenges both professionally and personally but also believes in the power and promise of rural schooling.Date: Apr 27, 2023
Article ItemVirginia Tech recognizes employees for 15,975 years of combined service , article
The Service Recognition Program's time period is April 1 of the previous year through March 31 of the current year.Date: Apr 19, 2023
Article ItemVirginia Tech receives record $80 million grant to help farmers implement climate-smart practices that could significantly reduce greenhouse gases , article
The Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences received an $80 million grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to pilot a program that will pay producers to implement climate-smart practices on farms of all sizes and commodities, an initiative that could have significant impacts on curbing climate-changing gases.Date: Apr 17, 2023
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Each year, more than 17,000 youth participate in 4-H camping programs at Virginia's six 4-H educational centers.
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