Rose Anne St. Romain | 4/8/2010 12:02:29 AM
Louisiana 4-H started in 1908 in Avoyelles Parish as a corn club to teach about 300 boys the best way to grow corn.
Now the program serves more than 240,000 boys and girls every year through many different projects, programs, camps, workshops and award-winning curricula.
Explore the Louisiana 4-H Museum and see how the LSU AgCenter’s 4-H youth development program grew to reach youth in all 64 parishes.
Virtual tour online
Hours and admission
Driving directions and map
Frequently asked questions
Local restaurants, lodging, attractions and events
Help promote the 4-H Museum
Take pride in the legacy 4-H has bestowed in the minds and hearts of millions of youth since 1908.
Visit the Louisiana 4-H Museum today!
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture