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In this issue: The New & Improved Germ Cave, Kids' Corner, Sweet Potato Casserole, The Importance of Handwashing & Food Safety, and January calendar.
In this issue: Diabetes Awareness Month; Kids' Corner; Pumpkin Fluff Dip; Tensas Produce Market Falls into Place; and December Calendar
In this issue: Breast Cancer Awareness Month; Kids' Corner; Southwestern Roasted Vegetables; West Carroll Parish Fall Community Health Fair; November Calendar.
In this issue: Kids' Corner, National Childhood Obesity Month, Kid-Friendly English Muffin Pizza, A Facelift for Facen Park, and October Calendar
(03/03/23) The LSU AgCenter developed the Grow a Row to Share program to help supply fresh produce to those dealing with food insecurity.
The objective of the Master Gardener Program is to train volunteers who have gardening experience and a desire to help others.
Tensas Parish seventh and eighth graders along with other 4-H members from across the state attended 4-H Challenge Camp on March 1-3, 2013 at Grant Walker Educational Center.
Information on how to get a private applicator's pesticide license for purchasing restricted use pesticides.
Eight 4-H members from Tensas Parish attended the 4-H Day at the Capitol held May 28, 2013.
40 Tensas Parish youth enjoyed 4-H Summer Camp at Grant Walker in Pollock, LA.
The attached table shows the five-year crop average yields in Tensas Parish.
This issue provides information on how milk and milk products benefit your health.
This issue of the Smart Choices newsletter series gives information concerning the Meat and Bean Group in MyPyramid.
Tips for healthier fast food options.
Volunteers across Louisiana are teaching valuable lessons about character to young school children. The program features stories about six cute critters and the lessons they learn about personal character.