The LSU AgCenter’s Grant Walker 4-H Education Center in Pollock, LA, sustained major damage from Hurricane Laura. If you are able to make a gift to support repairs and restoration of Grant Walker, please consider contributing to the Grant Walker 4-H Education Center Support Fund. If contributions to this fund exceed the costs of addressing hurricane-related damage to the center, they will provide general support for the Grant Walker 4-H Education Center.
Throughout the year, the Grant Walker 4-H Education Center offers spacious meeting facilities, lodging, and youth camps. During the summer, youth from all 64 parishes in Louisiana have access to the center’s 10-week camp program. These beloved experiences and community spaces have long had an important role in the local community, as well as in uniting youth statewide during the summer for swimming, canoeing, creating, and learning together. Each year, campers are supported by a trained staff of student educators and certified lifeguards, along with parish extension agents, teen counselors, and adult volunteers.
Thank you for your generosity in ensuring this valued center is restored.
A tree smashed the dance pavilion.
A damaged log cabin at Camp Grant Walker 4-H Education Center.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture