Recipient of the Scott Tractor Scholarship 2014
Roselle Hibiscus disease
Information on growing bedding plants and roses
Information and instructions on planting a fall vegetable garden
Information on planting pecan trees. Dates to plant pecan trees. Fertilizer to use on pecan trees.
Students learn horticulture.
St. Helena youth participate in 2014 SU Expo
St. Helena Parish had 35 youth participate in the 2014 4-H Summer Camp.
St. Helena 4-H Livestock participants 2014
Watermelon growing information
Producing vegetables is a favorite pastime for many people, homegrown vegetables have better flavor because they are harvested closer to their peak ripeness. Gardening provides a means of exercise, recreation and therapy. There is complete joy in watching a small seed develop into a delicious treat.
To show District Cookery Contest winner.
St. Helena 4-H'er receives the 2013 Scott Tractor Scholarship.
To show 4-H'ers visiting and learning about the Louisiana State Capitol.
St. Helena 4-H'ers attend 4-H U on June 18-21, 2013
St. Helena 4-H'ers attend summer camp, June 3-7, 2013.
Promoting agriculture in St. Helena and surrounding parishes.
Southern University 70th Jr. Livestock Show held February 23-March 2, 2013
4-H'ers construct a flower bed at the nursing home.
4-H'ers participate in an activity in honor of National 4-H Youth Science Day's Eco Bot Challenge.
St. Helena youth participate in 2012 Youth Co-op Leadership Conference.
The Greater Turner Chapel A.M.E. Church, the LSU AgCenter and SU Ag Center held its second annual Health Fair in Greensburg, Louisiana
Students at the St. Helena Central Elementary School participated in activities to promote having a healthy lifestyle.
Obesity in youth has become a national concern. LSU AgCenter staff in St. Helena Parish and organizations in the community will work together to address issues relating to childhood obesity with funds from a grant from the Louisiana 4-H Foundation.
Staff from SU AgCenter and LSU AgCenters participated in a health fair sponsored by a local church in Greensburg, Louisiana.
Staff from Southern University and LSU AgCenters and youths from St. Helena Parish taught the importance of handwashing at a recent health fair sponsored by Turner Chapel A.M.E. Church in Greensburg.
(Distributed 06/16/11) Louisiana beef producers overwhelmingly voted to continue a 50-cents-per-head assessment on all cattle marketed in Louisiana for the next five years, according to LSU AgCenter officials.
(Distributed 07/02/08) The No. 1 yard tree problem in Shreveport-Bossier is construction damage, according to Ricky Kilpatrick, LSU AgCenter area forestry agent.