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Ginseng, flowers, bees and snailsELKVIEW, W.Va.

-- Stop by Hays Farm in Elkview Thursday to hear talks on natural and sustainable resources for fun, food and profit.

The topic schedule features ginseng farming at 10 a.m., botanicals for income and personal use at 12:30 p.m., beekeeping at 1:30 p.m.

and aquatic foods at 2 p.m."An aquatic foods technologist will talk about foods like snails, crayfish and frogs legs," said Fred Hays with Capitol Conservation District.� Sponsored by Capitol Conservation District and Center for Sustainable Resources, the field day is free and includes lunch.

To register, or for directions, call 304-759-0736 or e-mail for Capitol MarketCHARLESTON, W.Va.

-- The American Farmland Trust is sponsoring a contest to find the best farmer's market in the country.

Tammy Borstnar, executive director of Capitol Market, urges readers to visit the American Farmland Trust Web site at and vote for Capitol Market.Wine pairingsVandalia Grille hosts a wine pairing at 5:30 p.m.

June 23.

Wines will be paired with a menu of strawberry, artichoke and goat cheese salad, mini tempura lobster tail with Thai chili butter, gazpacho, beef braciole on polenta cake and crispy cheesecake towers.

Visit for more informationTo submit information to be included in Food Notes, reach Julie Robinson at or 304-348-1230.�
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