A Jefferson County farm specializing in the marketing and sale of turfgrass sod – while controlling erosion and building organic matter in their soil -- received the 2022 West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year award during a luncheon Tuesday in Flatwoods Days Inn and Convention Center.Farmer J. Ware III of Green Horizons Turf Farm near Kearneysville won the award during the West Virginia Conservation Partnership Conference banquet. He operates the farm with his wife, Andrea, son, August, and daughter, Edy.The Wares’ farm was in the running against Jason Meadows’ cow/calf farm at Ripley in Jackson County. Both . . .
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