The Regional Roundtable Series on Food and Farms was a series of public conversations about how West Virginians from all geographic areas and walks of life would like to see West Virginia’s local food economy grow and improve. During April-May 2011, six Regional Roundtables on West Virginia Food and Farms were completed in Wheeling, Hico, Parkersburg, Berkeley Springs, Philippi, and Charleston (for a map of the counties invited to each roundtable, see Appendix E). Over 233 people participated. The goals of the roundtables were to:
The input collected at the Regional Roundtables eventually lead to the creation of the Road Map for the Food Economy.
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