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Photo contest, Some National Days to celebrate, 4-H Outdoor Grilling Workshop, 4-H, University, 4-H Camp and more.
February 11, 2021, 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM, The Challenge of Healthy Restaurant Eating.
4-H Senior Honor Cords, Lego Building Contest, 4-H Draw a Dairy Billboard Contest and more.
Food Safety Facts, Starting a Walking Program, and Smart Snack Alternatives.
Your photo could be featured on the LSU AgCenter's social media on Christmas Day!
Ag Expo, Name the Newsletter Winner, Senior Honor Cords, Recycled Ornament Contest, and Lego Building Competition.
Let us help you pick a project that works for you! Livestock is a great learning experience for life skills through hands-on opportunities!
Union Parish LSU AgCenter creates a monthly newsletter for the 4-H members to stay up-to-date on events happening within Union Parish.
Find out ways to reduce your sodium intake while shopping and preparing foods.
Medical, code of conduct and volunteer forms can be found on the website.
There are two ways to enroll in 4-H.
Upcoming events, 4-H camp, JLC under the big top, 2020 Beef Poster Contest, outdoor grilling, and more.
The Pasture to Market eNewsletters provide beef cattle industry information for producers in Louisiana.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
Pickles Peaches and Pansies is a horticulture newsletter which provides gardeners timely horticulture information for the humid south.There are three sections to this newsletter to help gardeners with plans for establishing or improving their gardening endeavors relative to vegetable ("Pickles"), fruit ("Peaches") and ornamental crops ("Pansies").
Article featuring information on interior quality of watermelons.
Information on determining watermelon maturity.
Information on winter protein supplementation cost comparison.
Thinking about vegetable gardening this spring, what about raised bed gardening? A garden salad can be produced in small raised bed 4x4 gardens or even in containers.
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