Create a farmers market: Since 2008, the number of farmers markets in the state has approximately doubled, to 87, according to the West Virginia Farmers Market Association, making fresh food much more available in many areas. Markets range from year-round heated buildings to seasonal truck-tailgate sales. Philippi's market, open four days a week, raised more than $23,000 for 98 growers in 2010. Morgantown, which averages more than $11,600 per month, offers cooking classes. See videos of several markets on West Virginia Farm and Food Coalition website.