|About the Parish|
|Agriculture & Horticulture Publications|
|Ascension Parish Master Gardeners|
Information on how to become an Ascension Parish Master Gardener.
This online Newsletter is created to keep the Ascension Parish Master Gardeners informed of monthly events in and around the parish.
View the latest version of the Ascension 4-H Clover Column for updated information as to what's happening in Ascension 4-H! If you have any questions or need
Virginia buttonweed, torpedograss, dallisgrass, dollarweed, common bermudagrass, dichondra (ponyfoot), purple and yellow nutsedge, green kyllinga, and more.
This is the quarterly newsletter for consumer horticulture in Ascension Parish.
This report provides information on funding sources, program highlights for the area, and local issues that are being faced by the parish through the Extension Service.
Ascension Parish 4-H Foundation fundraiser.
A brief guide on how and when to grow vegetables for small scale gardeners.
Procedures for sending your child off the summer camp.
2017 Ascension Parish Vegetable Garden Contest To Be Held in May, 2017.
The Ascension Parish Outdoor Skills and Shooting Sports club meets throughout the year to work on marksmanship, wildlife, hunting and conservation projects.
Information and resource links for club leaders to helpful publications on planning club meetings, making meetings exciting, planning a 4-H program, giving demonstrations and leader guides.
Importance of Soil Fertility, Method for Proper Soil Sampling, Interpreting Soil Tests, Adjusting pH, Available Forms of Lime, Available Forms of Sulphur, Applying Fertilizer and Examples of Applications included. (PDF Format Only)