Over 4200 books catalogued related to the sugar cane industry.
The Audubon Sugar Institute had its beginnings at the Sugar Experiment Station in Audubon Park in New Orleans and was founded by the Louisiana Planters Association in 1887. Dr. C.W. Stubbs was the first director of the station and a professor of agriculture. In 1890, a mill was started at the station. In 1891, the Audubon Sugar School was established, and the first sugar engineering course was offered.
Audubon Sugar Institute’s Pilot Plant facility currently occupies approximately 6,000 square feet and is adjacent to all research laboratories where our highly skilled technologists and engineers work on sugar processing operations daily. The following state-of-the-art equipment is currently available:
Information on Audubon's analytical capabilities.
Audubon Sugar Institute's Bio Feedstock Pilot Equipment.
To foster a center of excellence for applied and original sugar research, which exceeds the expectations of our stakeholders in Louisiana and the international sugar industry, through innovative research, technology transfer and education.
Map & Directions to the Audubon Sugar Institute.