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Spring Kindergarten Roundup, Seed Sharing, Young W.Va. Poet


On Inside Appalachia this week, a small program in Appalachia is trying to help childcare providers save for retirement.  We go to the West Virginia Pipe Trades Apprentice Contest in Wheeling and seed sharing in Pennsylvania -- it's one way to make gardening more fun and affordable.

A research center is looking for input from WV farmers and farming families. The New Appalachian Farm & Research Center is examining producers' interest in farm expansion and the feasibility of regional food hubs in the state.

Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo says lawmakers should be ‘proud’ of their work in this year's now-finished legislative session.

The annual W.Va. Pipe Trades Apprentice Contest took place last week in Wheeling.

Spring has essayist Sarah Lowther Hensley thinking- about renewal, change and the future-with a little dash of fond memories.

The Kentucky House and Senate Chambers aren't always restricted to partisan disagreements, resolutions or passage of legislation. 

April is Celebrating Poetry Month across the nation.

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