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This contest is to celebrate National Library Week and aims to celebrate books, art, food, and culture. This contest is open to all youth in grades K-12.
Support the St. John the Baptist 4-H Program by purchasing a flat of Louisiana-grown strawberries. All proceeds will benefit the St. John 4-H Program.
The ALC meeting is a combination of the program areas offered by LSU AgCenter.
This month's edition is the last for the 2023-24 program year and includes information regarding upcoming contest, awards and events.
Grow your own garden at home and learn about vegatables and participate in the St. John the Baptist 4-H Gardening Contest. Awards will be given.
Calling all inspired chefs, participate in the Spring Cookery Contest! This contest will include 15 different categories.
This month's newsletter includes information regarding upcoming contests, applications and more.
The Golden Clover Award recognizes 4-H members 14 years old and younger who has conducted outstanding club work for at least two years.
The Emerald Achievement Award recognizes 4-H members 15 years and older who have conducted outstanding club and Junior Leadership work for at least three years.
4-H members showcase your knowledge of the dairy industry in a creative way by participating in the annual Draw-A-Dairy Billboard Contest.
Louisiana 4-H is hosting the 2024 Louisiana Beef Industry Council Beef Poster Contest. This contest encourages youth to learn more about the beef industry
4-H graduating seniors, don't miss your opportunity to apply for a 4-H Scholarship that can assist you in furthering your education
This months newsletter includes information regarding upcoming contest, applications, and more
Calling all inspired chefs, participate in the Winter Cookery Contest! This cookery will include the following commodities: LA Commodities, Sugar and Poultry
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream and so do the youth of today. Check out this article to see the rules on the Dream Big Art Contest.
TLEI will prepare teams to be change agents within the CES as we work to create more welcoming and inclusive environments.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in a number of ways ranging from jobs, wages, and purchases in local economies.
Check out the monthly newsletter to learn more about various opportunities youth can take advantage of.
Spread the holiday cheer by participating in the Holiday Wreath Decorating Contest
4-H'ers honor our local veterans by writing thank you card. Check out the article for more information
Please help us celebrate Farm to School Month and Louisiana Agriculture! Have your students create artwork for the 2024 Louisiana Farm to School Calendar
4-H’ers gather your paintbrushes or carving knives and participate in the St. John 4-H Pumpkin Decorating/Carving Contest.
Support the St. John the Baptist 4-H Program by purchasing Louisiana-grown pecans. Check out this article for more information
The annual Paper Clover fundraiser sponsored by Tractor Supply Co. will take place Oct. 4 - 15, 2023. Visit a local Tractor Supply to purchase
Learn easy instructions on collecting seeds that are true to type and benefits of a local seed library.
Check out the events and contests that are planned for the 2023-2024 program year for St. John Parish. Additional events may be added.
What's a good theme for the 2024 4-H Summer Camp in seven (7) words or less? Check out the full list of rules for the contest.
This edition of the monthly newsletter highlights summer programs and introduces the many opportunities forth coming.
The LSU AgCenter, with sponsorship from St. John Farm Bureau and Tractor Supply Company, held our second annual home vegetable garden contest this spring.
Help grow our brand and 4-H here in St. John Parish and serve as a 4-H Brand Ambassador, Applications are due by Friday, June 30, 2023
SRTLC is a multi-state 4-H conference created to bring together 4-H teens to empower & inspire them to make a positive change across the southern region
No Cap: Spreading Truth & Authenticity is a hands-on educational series in partnership with the St. John the Baptist Parish Library
A free monthly lecture series in conjunction with local libraries; the next ones are all about ornamentals. I’ll be speaking at the Edgard library and Garyville
Another red tree – deciduous holly / possumhaw / Ilex decidua recently. (Scientific names come in handy when we have so many common names.)
This edition of the Clover Chronicle includes information regarding 4-H Camp, 4-H University, and many other fields of interest.
What's a good theme for the 2023-2024 4-H year? Send in your most creative ideas for a slogan and the illustration to accompany it.
Learn what it means to become a veterinarian by participating in the 4-H Vet School Day. This opportunity is open to 4th-7th grade members.
The 4-H Visual Arts Competition aims to promote the 4-H Arts Program and allow 4-H members to display their artistic abilities.
It is never too early or too late to begin thinking about plans after graduating high school. 8th-12th graders join us on an adventure to LSU.
Show your 4-H spirit by purchasing a St. John 4-H spirit show! Shirts will only be available in short sleeves. Online orders are accepted.
This edition of the Clover Chroncile includes many upcoming events, contests, camps, scholarships and more.
Some plants in our landscapes showed freeze damage immediately while other losses take a week or longer to show.
This edition of the Clover Chronicle includes upcoming 4-H events, contests, camps and more
This competition challenges 4-H'ers to create a dish using only a key ingredient and access to a "grocery store" of other ingredients.
This edition of the Clover Chronicle includes upcoming 4-H events, contest, camps and more
During the month of November show how grateful and thankful you are by participating in our Gratitude Challenge and Thankful Journal
This edition of the Clover Chronicle includes upcoming 4-H events, contest, camps, and more
Calling all 4-H'ers, we are looking for a fresh t-shirt design for our parish 4-H Program! Got a great idea? Check out this article for official rules
Calling all inspired chefs, participate in the Fall Cookery Contest! This cookery will include the following commodities: Beef, Louisiana Commodities, and Pecan
4-H'ers and Cloverbud members, grab your pets and participate in the 4-H Pet Show held on November 12, 2022. Check out this article for more information.
This edition of the Clover Chronicle includes upcoming 4-H events, contests, camps, and more
Check out what events and contests are planned for the 2022-2023 year for St. John 4-H
CWF is a citizenship program that uses Washington D.C. as its classroom and allows to learn and practice skills to be better leaders and citizens.
Figs are easy to care for, mostly problem-free, and of course the fruit is delicious. Fruit is usually harvested from July into August.
We recognized Mr. Camille Perret of Edgard as our first place winner in the adult category. Emma, Luke, and Sophie Perret (yes, related) won our youth division.
Vegetable gardens are booming and I hope to see several in our garden contests. We’re fast approaching the peak of our summer harvest season for many veggies.
If weeds are taking over an area, it may be best to kill everything with glyphosate (Roundup, Kills All, other brands).
An annual bluegrass called Poa annua consists of small tufts of grass that do not spread by runners but by seed.
The Louisiana Farm to School Program will be presenting the MarketReady Core Producer Training.
Pre-emerge herbicides last fall were neglected (best applied September through November) and I’ve had quite a crop. Many of these weeds are annuals.