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The Iberia 4-H Junior Leader Club is open to all 7th-12th grade Iberia Parish 4-H members.
Our monthly Clover Chatter newsletter provides Iberia Parish 4-H members with information about upcoming events and highlights member accomplishments.
The Service Learning Guidebook was developed by the Louisiana 4-H Citizenship Board and will help to steer our Junior Leader club activities this club year.
In this issue: Sugarcane News and Updates, Fall Safety Reminders, Cattle News and Updates, Soybean News and Updates and more.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
Early in 1779 Governor Bernardo de Galvez sent Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Bouligny, with nearly five hundred Spanish and Canary Island colonists, to the Attakapas country to establish a settlement on the lower Bayou Teche.
The August 2011 Sugarcane Newsletter focuses on varieties of sugarcane.
What to expect and how to prepare for an H2-A audit, and H2-A wage statement, a housing inspection checklist and more for producers who utilize foreign labor.
Provides list of members and links to meeting minutes for the Iberia Parish 4-H Advisory Council.
The responsibilities of the Iberia Parish Family and Consumer Sciences Advisory Council are to represent their peers, identify needs and issues, identify opportunities for collaboration, be active in sharing their skills and knowledge to help the parish and understand Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service as a community resource. Information about the council and its meetings can be found here.
The Iberia/St. Mary Parish Soybean Field Plot was planted on April 28, 2010, on Ronald Hebert Jr.'s Farm near Jeanerette, La.. The results are attached.
Mardi Gras is a fun time of year for us in the great state of Louisiana. We are known worldwide for our parades, royal balls and Mardi Gras Krewes. As you celebrate this time of year with family and friends, please keep the following tips from "Safe Kids Louisiana" in mind.
What a great topic to discuss as we all sit down to our holiday meals with friends and family -- is it a sweet potato or a yam?
General information on gathering soil and plant samples to be tested at the LSU AgCenter Soil Testing and Plant Analysis Laboratory (STPAL).
Provides list of members and links to meeting minutes for the Iberia Parish Joint Advisory Council.
(Distributed 12/09/09) The LSU AgCenter has received the go-ahead from the Board of Regents to begin establishing the Louisiana Institute for Biofuels and Bioprocessing. “This has moved us a step forward in our efforts to boost the biofuels business in the state,” said John Russin, LSU AgCenter associate vice chancellor and institute director.