|Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program|
Applications are now being accepted for Class XV of the Agricultural Leadership Development Program, which begins in January 2016.
History of the Ag Leadership program
The 2013 IAPAL Annual Meeting will be in New Orleans, Louisiana, on October 15-18, 2013. The LSU AgCenter Agricultural Leadership Development Program is excited to host this year's meeting.
A.J. Sabine, with the Louisiana Farm Bureau’s “This Week in Louisiana Agriculture” program, speaks with Bradley Leger, Ph.D. from the LSU AgCenter about the Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program about the upcoming 2011 Summer Institute which will be held July 18-22, 2011.
Application packet containing information necessary for applicants to apply to Louisiana Young Ag Producer Program (LaYAPP).
Video of the July 11, 2011 Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program (LaYAPP) Summer Institute. Participants are engaged in such activities as field trips to area producers and LSU AgCenter research stations, seminars, guest speakers, mentor-mentee orientation and goal planning, hands-on activities, and establishing networks with peers and agricultural industry representatives.
Information about sponsors of the Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program (LaYAPP).
The LSU AgCenter’s Louisiana Young Ag Producer Program (LaYAPP) is a one-year intensive classroom/hands-on, mentor-based experience that introduces high school juniors and seniors to the options available in the areas of food and fiber production and encourages them to consider a career in agricultural production.
Agenda for the July 2011 Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program (LaYAPP) Summer Institute.
Community Leadership and Economic Development FAQ
Read the latest about the Agricultural Leadership Development Program
Alumni Directory broken down by AgLeadership classes.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Agricultural Leadership Development Program.
Every two years, the Louisiana State University AgCenter selects 25 of the most promising young men and women from the agricultural community to participate in a two-year educational program designed to strengthen leadership and the future of agriculture, forestry, fisheries, nurseries, rural media and agribusiness in the state.
The LSU AgCenter is committed to investing resources into the citizens of Louisiana. Our leadership programs are designed to enhance agriculture and communities throughout the state.
A sample curriculum for the Community Leadership and Economic Development program.
Avery Davidson, with the Louisiana Farm Bureau’s “This Week in Louisiana Agriculture” program, speaks with Bradley Leger, Ph.D. from the LSU AgCenter about the Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program and finds out how students and partners can get involved.
Information for sponsors and interested persons to promote the Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program ( LaYAPP).
Audio and Video Links from 2010-2011 LaYAPP.
Dr. Paul Coreil, Director of the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service, explains the need for piloting the Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program in Louisiana and requests assistance in recruiting high school juniors and seniors for the program.
Frequently asked questions about the Louisiana Young Ag Producers Program (LaYAPP).
(Distributed 06/30/08) Participants in the LSU AgCenter’s Agricultural Leadership Development Program visited Washington, D.C., in mid-June as part of the two-year study program. Briefings on agricultural issues and visits with Louisiana’s legislative delegation were some of the highlights of the June 10-14 study tour to Washington, D.C., for this 11th class to participate in the program coordinated by the LSU AgCenter.
(Distributed 01/17/08) Twenty-five men and women from across Louisiana began a two-year venture in the LSU AgCenter’s Agricultural Leadership Development Program when they attended their first class last week (Jan. 8-10) in Baton Rouge.
The Ag Leadership curriculum requires about 40 days of training, which includes lectures, field trips, and study tours.
Members of 4-H Clubs across Louisiana are learning what it means to be good citizens, and they’re showing it through a variety of community service projects.For example, Ouachita Parish 4-H’ers are collecting books to distribute to hospitals and charity organizations in their parish.