Louisiana 4-H Foundation Financial Statements
Louisiana 4-H Foundation Recognition 2017-2018
Louisiana 4-H Foundation Annual Donors.
4-H State and Parish Scholarship Winners.
News from the Louisiana 4-H Foundation.
The Youth Wetlands Program was created with the intent to develop the next generation of coastal stewards.
After her cancer diagnosis, Winn Parish 4-H alumna Savannah Green worked with Louisiana 4-H to educate others about the disease.
The Louisiana Council of Farmer Cooperatives has partners with 4-H and FFA to teach the importance of cooperative businesses.
4-H Agent Lekeisha Lucas-Powell is fighting for the future of young people in East Carroll Parish through career preparation.
4-H’ers traveled to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston after studying aerospace through the 4-H lesson study program.
LSU student body president and 4-H alumnus Stewart Lockett reflected on 4-H impacts on his life and college career.
Louisiana 4-H is addressing educational needs by creating curricula for teachers and connecting students through hands-on learning experiences.
Adriana Drusini was recognized as 2018 Louisiana 4-H Agent of the Year.
Louisiana 4-H recognizes 2018 Hall of Fame honorees for their dedication to youth development.
Fran Castille was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Teens from the Louisiana 4-H Fashion Board traveled to New York City to explore the fashion industry.
Youth represented Louisiana 4-H at Citizenship Washington Focus, a comprehensive leadership program in Washington, D.C.
The Premier Exhibitor Awards recognize outstanding livestock exhibitors.
Through shooting sports, youth practice responsibility, leadership and sportsmanship while learning how to safely handle a firearm or bow.
Paula Guidry, a fifth-grade teacher at L. Leo Judice Elementary School, has been working with the Lafayette Parish 4-H School Garden program for nine years.
The Hathorn Fitness and Nature Trail at Grant Walker Educational Center received a makeover.
Louisiana 4-H Summer Camp encourages youth to make friends, learn responsibility, develop independence and engage in exciting educational opportunities.
The LSU AgCenter’s 4-H Youth Development Program continues to build a legacy of caring, competent youth who will offer strong vibrant leadership.