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Office Information

WVU Extension Service
Clay County Office
New Courthouse – 246 Main Street
P.O. Box 119
Clay, WV 25043-0119

Phone: 304-587-4267
FAX: 304-587-7054
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 to 4:30
Driving Directions

Clay County Location Map


Extension programs reflect the needs and interests within the local community. As a federal, state and local partnership Extension brings together knowledge and resources from a host of sources. Every county is different, so not all programs are available in each county. Enter any of the four major program areas listed below to learn more!

4-H & Youth Development

By far, 4-H is the most known and visible Extension development program, best known for its 4-H Clubs and summer 4-H Camps, but Extension also offers literacy and adult volunteer leadership programming related to 4-H and youth development.

WVU 4-H Youth Agriculture
WVU Energy Express

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Cooperative Extension has historic roots in agriculture and the environment from helping commercial farmers and growers (through Agricultural Extension Agents) to home lawn and garden enthusiasts (through the Master Gardener program), Extension has knowledge and expertise to share.

WVU Agriculture & Natural Resources
WVU Master Gardener Program

Families & Health

Home is where the heart is and family and home issues are at the heart of Extension personal health programming. Under this heading are the areas of Community Educational Outreach Service (or CEOS which includes CEOS Clubs); Dining with Diabetes; and the Family Nutrition Program (or FNP).

WVU Families & Health
WVU Families & Health Programs
WVU Community Educational Outreach Service
WVU Family Nutrition Program

Community, Economic & Workforce Development

WVU Extension Service’s Community, Economic, and Workforce Development personnel conduct research and provide educational assistance to local communities throughout the state. These activities are in the areas of business retention and expansion, entrepreneurship development, economic development networks, strategic planning, local government finance and special studies of socio-economic trends. WVU Extension has programs in Community Resources and Economic Development, Fire Service Extension training, Labor Studies, and Safety and Health. These programs, individually or combined, make for a valuable tool in maintaining our state’s communities.

WVU Community, Economic & Workforce Development
WVU Community Resources & Economic Development
WVU Fire Service Extension
WVU Institute for Labor Studies & Research
WVU Safety & Health Extension