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This newsletter provides information about upcoming activities and events in the LaSalle 4-H Program.
Information including contests offered at the 4-H University 2022
This newsletter provides information about upcoming activities and events in the LaSalle Parish 4-H Program.
This newsletter provides information about upcoming 4-H activities and events in LaSalle Parish
Provides information on upcoming events and activities in LaSalle Parish
This newsletter provides information of upcoming activities and events in the LaSalle 4-H Program.
Provides information about upcoming activities and events in the LaSalle 4-H Program.
This newsletter provides information about upcoming 4-H activities including: 4-H Pet Show, Pumpkin Workshop, Fall Cookery Contest, Seed of the Month Club.
Enrollment forms for the 2021-22 Shooting Sports Club.
LaSalle Parish 4-H Enrollment Forms for the 2021-22 Club Year
Delicious, healthy recipe.
Recipe for an avocado wrap.
Healthy Meal of Chicken Alfredo.
Delicious Salmon Patties
Recipe for soft granola bars.
Healthy Egg Muffin Recipe.
2021 4-H Camp Application for LaSalle 4-H Members in grades 4-6.
2021 Regional Competition results for LaSalle 4-H Youth
This newsletter provides information about upcoming activities in the LaSalle 4-H Program.
Provides members with upcoming events and activities in the LaSalle Parish 4-H Program.
A horticultural article examining blackberry leafspot, hydrangea wilt, a shrub with fall flowers, and some oak leaf galls.
This article looks at rehabilitating camellias, a blooming confederate rose, and a flowering maple has yellowing leaves.
Article has information to help homeowner recover the loss of landscape trees. Also, there is ID of a fungus, a tree, and a vine.
This year we will be holding the Pumpkin Workshop on October 27 in the 4-H Office’s downstairs conference room from 5:30 - 7:30 pm.
LaSalle 4-H Dog Show-October 20, 2020
Open to all 7th-12 grade 4-H members.
This monthly newsletter provides information about activities and events in the LaSalle 4-H program.
The Brella is a hybrid between a rain jacket and poncho. It is ideal for men, women, and teens.
List of current members on the LaSalle Parish 4-H Advisory Council.
Dates to remember, Strawberry fundraiser, 4-H activities, Summer Camp, 4-H University, Camp Culinary 2020, and more.
LaSalle Parish 4-H Advisory Committee - March 12, 2019.
Dates to remember, Jr. Leadership Conference, 4-H trips, scholarships and awards, contests, strawberry sales, and more.
Beef Poster Contest: Theme - Better with Beef - State Division Winners: $200, $100, and $50.
Essay entries are due in the 4-H Office: January 29, 2020. Contact the 4-H office at 318-992-2205 before beginning.
Find out more information about the chicken cookery, sweet potato cookery and cupcake challenge.
In this issue: Dates to remember, cookery contests, art workshop, wildlife workshop, Senior Honor Cords, Career Exploration Camp, and more.
Activities for December through February, Career Exploration Camp, Wildlife Workshop, Art Workshop, Winter Cookery Contest, and more.
Upcoming events, 4-H Senior Cords, 4-H Water Rocket Workshop, 2020 Market and Commercial Animal Validation and more.
Find out more information about events, contests, workshops, camps, fundraiser, and more.
Lots of topics in this issue including events such as The Great Pumpkin Workshop and the 2020 Market and Commercial Animal Validation and more.
LaSalle 4-H'er win big at the 2019 Competition held in Grand Island, Nebraska, on June 23-28.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
Blueberries are among the wild shrubs that produce edible berries – with others being cranberries, bilberries and cowberries. These berries are known for having important health benefits. Learn the uses and health benefits of blueberries in this publication. (PDF Format Only)
Fruits are high in natural acids and can be safely canned in a boiling water bath. Use these recommendations to safely can your fruits. (online only)
When you’re getting together with family and friends to enjoy summer picnics and cookouts this year, keep food safety in mind to prevent foodborne illnesses.
The LaSalle Parish Extension Office has received calls recently related to stickers in the lawn. The following recommendations have been approved for control of stickers.
Home-canned vegetables are safe, nutritious and good to eat – if canned properly. (PDF Format Only)
Gardening is a good way for parents and teachers to spend quality time with children.
With the increased number of home gardens, more people are interested in freezing or canning surplus fruits and vegetables. Although freezing is one of the simplest and best ways to “put up” most fruits and vegetables, canning can be an economical way to preserve food at home. Use these to steps for safe home canning. (PDF Format Only)