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Monthly update on research based information from the LSU AgCenter.
Monthly tri-parish (Pointe Coupee/West Baton Rouge/Iberville) agriculture newsletter.
The September 2020 agriculture newsletter for Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and Iberville parishes.
Provide youth with the opportunity to grow a horticulture crop (pumpkins) enabling them to have a real world farming experience.
These gnats have sure become a nuisance to people and livestock across the parish.
The 2020 sugarcane harvest has begun in Pointe Coupee parish.
Ways you can care for your lawn during the fall and winter months.
These imported fire ants inflict painful stings and create these unsightly mounds across the lawn and landscape.
Now that we know how to establish a healthy lawn, let’s talk about some potential insect and weed issues that we have had problems with in recent years.
Formosan subterranean termite colonies grow slowly at first but will eventually become huge and can survive for decades.
Just like your vehicle, your small engines need the proper care and maintenance to run efficiently throughout their lifetime.
Everything is in bloom; the weather begins to change, and it is a great time to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors.
After homeowners mow their lawns for the first time in the spring, it's time to start thinking about controlling those winter weeds and fertilizing their lawns.
4-H Summer Day Camp, 4-H University, Achievement Day, Horse Shows, and Outstanding 4-H'er.
February 4-H Cloverchat for Pointe Coupee Parish monthly newsletter
January Clover Chat
4-H Pumpkin Growing Spotlight, Beef Poster Contest, Christmas Gift Workshop, Graduating Seniors, Junior Leaders, and Seed of the Month.
Enjoy the October 2020 monthly newsletter for Pointe Coupee 4-H.
Monthly newsletter for Pointe Coupee 4-H members.
Have you ever been in a position where you start a new diet or a new exercise routine, and stay really motivated and focused throughout the week?
Stay updated with information about the Pointe Coupee 4-H Shooting Sports Program.
Campers learned many skills at Back to School Chef Camp last summer including knife skills, food safety, and how to put a healthy twist on our favorite foods.
Pointe Coupee youth wins 2020 LSU AgCenter Equine Premiere Exhibitor.
Our bodies need water to maintain and function properly. So, how much do we really need?
Private and Commercial Pesticide Applicator Exam Training, Beef Brunch Educational Webinar Series Agronomic Crop Updates and more.
Healthy and money saving tips to help you plan your next trip to the store.
There are countless fad diets on the market today, but if the weight that was lost is gained once the diet is complete, then it really did not work.
Do you find yourself snacking all day long? Do you open the pantry to see if something will pop out at you?
March and April eventsJoin our Remind Text Group Corn Planting Dates,Cotton Varieties for 2020, and more.
In this video, Area Nutrition Agent and registered dietitian, Amanda Gibson, demonstrates how to make a four-bean chili.
Physical activity is how much we move in our daily activities; sedentary jobs or sitting in the car for several hours is considered “lack of physical activity."
As with many occasions in Louisiana, all festivities are accompanied with food.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
On January 22, 2011, Pointe Coupee 4-H’ers, families and friends gathered to honor one of the organization’s biggest supporters, Jeff Smith.
Details about the Pointe Coupee Parish 4-H program including a list of parish schools with 4-H Clubs.