Visit the Louisiana 4-H Museum
where you can explore the history of 4-H in in the state from its beginnings in 1908 as a “corn club” for rural boys to what it is today – an informal educational program with a wide variety of projects, camp experiences and curricula involving more than 225,000 boys and girls across the state each year.
During the first 100 years of 4-H in Louisiana, it is conservatively estimated that more than 4 million Louisiana youth became involved in 4-H, either as an enrolled member or part of a 4-H program. That’s a lot of Louisianians touched by 4-H!
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about the Louisiana 4-H Museum.