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Interested in learning more about Archery? For more information please call our office at 318-259-5690.
Jackson Parish is offering sewing camp July 25-26. Contact our office for more information at 318-259-5690.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
The Clover Patch is the monthly 4-H newsletter for Jackson Parish with information concerning upcoming events, activities, and competitions. The newsletter is published from September to May of each school year.
This report provides information about funding sources, program highlights for the area and local issues that are being faced by the parish.
This posting contains a link to the LSU AgCenter's Soil Testing & Plant Analysis Lab (STPAL) page answering the frequently asked questions regarding soil samples.
This posting includes an image of three sewing workshop participants pictured in the skirts they made during the workshop.
This post Includes minutes from the ANR ALC meeting held May 31, 2012 at the Jackson Parish Library.
Includes information aboout Jackson Parish's industries, attractions, state parks, festivals and other history.
This article is an introduction to the new Jackson Parish County Agent and appeared in the April 19, 2012 issue of The Jackson Independent.
Youth entered dishes in different food commodities such as beef, egg, poultry and pecan. This posting contains the winners of the Jackson Parish 4-H Foods Festival.
Includes: Program highlights, who we reach, how we reach them, expanding our efforts, parish facts and local issues and plans for this year.
These forms are for youth and adults attending an overnight 4-H event or activity and must be returned to the 4-H office prior to departure.
Health forms for youth and adults participating in overnight 4-H events must be filled out and returned to the 4-H office prior to the event or activity.
These links provide information of interest to citizens of Jackson Parish.
The pledge is recited at the beginning of each club meeting, so you should know it soon. Remember, you never know when your agent will ask you to recite it - maybe at your 4-H meeting - so be prepared! Happy pledging!
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