West Virginia is a southern state in the Appalachian region of the continental United States bordered by Virginia and Kentucky to its south, and by Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland to its north. Charleston is the state capital as well as its largest city; there are 55 counties throughout the state. West Virginia is the nation’s third most heavily forested state with about 80% forest cover. That equates to 12 million acres which are located across US Plant Hardiness Zones 5b, 6a, 6b and 7a. Coal is a major resource, and hay, apples, and soybeans are major crops of West Virginia. The state has a humid continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. In the event you to need to clear land or remove a tree, find your city below to discover your city arborist, tree protection ordinance, and tree removal permitting process.
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