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The LSU AgCenter’s mission is to provide the people of Louisiana with research-based educational information that will improve their lives and economic well-being. And one of our educational tools is this website. Please take a moment to scan through the wealth of topics. Use the search box to type in a subject of interest to you and see what you find.
Our website includes information about what we do and who we are.
To see where we are physically located and how to get in touch with our experts, go to our offices. We have offices in each of Louisiana’s 64 parishes and 17 research stations across the state. In addition, our Baton Rouge-based faculty are housed in 13 departments on the LSU campus. The Directory lists all employees of the LSU AgCenter with contact information.
For an overview of the LSU AgCenter, go to About Us.
We keep improving our website as a valuable source of information, and the site keeps getting more popular. It includes roughly 40,000 pages. Page views from last year totaled more than 32 million.
At the LSU AgCenter we aim to develop the best use of natural resources, conserve and protect the environment, enhance development of existing and new agricultural enterprises, and develop human and community resources.
Visit our website often, and let us know how we can serve you better.
LSU Vice President for Agriculture and Dean of the College of Agriculture
Dr. Bill Richardson, LSU Vice President for Agriculture and Dean of the College of AgricultureFollow Me on Twitter