St. Augustine grass is a favorite target of some insects and disease problems, followed by centipede.
Monthly FCS Nutrition Newsletter listing upcoming online classes that are being offered for this month.
In This Issue: Smart Shopping, Food Safety, Topping Cauliflower Waffles with your favorite foods, Healthy Recipe and Virtual Online Nutrition Classes.
March-April newsletter contains information on FCS Community Coalition, Nutrition Blog and includes a Healthy Recipe.
March newsletter announcing upcoming events Achievement Day, Community Service, Cookery Contest, Summer Camp, 4-H U, LOST camp, and Marsh Maneuvers.
February 4-H Newsletter announcing the upcoming events District Livestock Show, Jr Leader Conference, Summer Camp and 4-H University.
FCS Nutrition newsletter with upcoming events, nutrition blog and healthy recipe.
The January Clover Chronicle has information on the upcoming events that are being held.
Smart Portions - A Healthy Weight Loss Management Program coming soon to River Parishes Community College, Nutrition Blog, Healthy Recipe.
Newsletter contains information for Leaders and 4-H'ers on the upcoming events and programs that are scheduled.
Winn Dixie Grocery Store Tour participants included: Ivy Mathieu, Laureen Arceneaux and Larry Sorapuru. They are checking the serving size of the vegetables.
Update on United Way funding for school gardens, Summer Camp and 4-H University.
Meeting minutes from the Forum meeting identifying strengths and weakness of the parish relating to becoming healthier.
Monthly Nutrition Newsletter topics for October include: Drinking Green Tea for Weight Loss, Living Well Nutrition Blog, Healthy Recipe and Smart Changes.
A garden journal is a good place to keep track of fertilizer and pesticide applications. Include amounts and descriptions along with dates.
Getting an A1C test helps you to set goals and get the correct treatment for each individual case. We should also test for low blood glucose.
We can do a number of things to improve our lawns. The easiest and often most effective is to adjust mower blade height.
Minutes for the June 13th FCS Healthy Community Advisory Board Meeting.
Information on the upcoming Tomato Field Day schedule for June 13th in St. James Parish.
This newsletter has information on careful living with Diabetes. Tips on how to keep your feet happy and seven self-care strategies for managing diabetes.
This article briefly talks about vegetables and landscape design/spring flowers.
Minutes from the March 27, 2019 FCS Healthy Community Advisory Board Meeting.
Inflammation is a process which the body protects our organs from invasion of foreign organism from lurking around.
This month's article is about weeding and fertilizing lawns. If you are using a weed & feed combo, directions on the label will tell you how much to use.
A mild winter and mostly warm spring has lead to an early green-up of lawn grasses. Which leaves us open to turf diseases, especially brown patch.
February newsletter has information on the 4-H activities being held this month.
This newsletter gives 4-H'ers information on the different activities that are being held in the parish and state.
The St. John 4-H Clover Chronicle is the monthly 4-H Newsletter. It includes information on upcoming events being held parish wide and statewide.
Nutrition newsletter with information on healthy living through various programs offered in St. John Parish.
Horticulture Articles with information for keeping your plants, vegetables, and lawns healthy.
FCS Nutrition Advisory Board Meeting Minutes from the August 22, 2018 meeting.
Minutes from the FCS Nutrition Advisory Board meeting held on May 9, 2018.
Minutes from the FCS Nutrition Advisory Board meeting held on February 7, 2018.
The St. John 4-H Clover Chronicle is the monthly 4-H newsletter. Information on upcoming events being held in the parish are included.
Dining with Diabetes is a program to help adults at risk or with Type 2 diabetes learn about managing their condition.
Information on 4-H Challenge Camp scheduled for November 1-3, 2017 at Lion King Retreat Center in Amite, Louisiana.
In this issue 4-H'ers will receive information on Enrollment, LSU Game and Tailgate, National 4-H Week, Pumpkin Contest, Challenge Camp and Catch Phrase Contest
This newsletter gives you tips on how to manage your weight and eating habits. It's all about Healthy Living!
Twelve 4-H students participated in the Infinity Science Center
4-H Trip.The students took a bus tour of the NASA Stennis Space Center test site.
Minutes from the FCS Nutrition Advisory Board meeting held on June 14, 2017
Nutrition workshop held in Baton Rouge on May 9, 2107 taught participants on how to decode the nutrition label on the products the purchase.
Managing your calorie intake is important.The total number of calories varies depending on age, sex, height, weight and level of physical activity.
The May newsletter contains information on upcoming events such as 4-HU, LOST Camp, Free Fishing Camp and much more.
Minutes from the March 22, 2017 FCS Nutrition Advisory Board/ Healthy Communities follow up meeting.
In the April edition of the Where Do I Get It? Nutrition newsletter includes upcoming events in the parish along with a nutrition blog and a healthy recipe.
April newsletter contains information on the upcoming events in St. John Parish such as Achievement Day, Poetry Poster Contest, Sewing Club and Summer Camp.
2017 4-H Junior Leadership Conference theme State of Mind Leadership Takes On The Big Apple. Seven 4-H'ers from East St. John High attended the conference.
Flyer announcing St. John Parish 4-H Bike Rodeo. Open to all 4-H club members.
This newsletter contains information on upcoming events such as Summer Camp, Ag Wonders Dairy and Beef Poster Contest, 4-H Day at the Capitol and 4-H University
Introducing St. John Parish new 4-H Agent. Information on Ag Magic, 4-H Sewing Club, 4-H Day at the Capitol and many other upcoming 4-H activities.
The Healthy Communities program is a program that engages the community at all levels with planning, development, implementation and evaluation.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture