(10/25/23) The LSU AgCenter Dairy Store will be moving to a temporary location after the new year.
(09/28/23) East Baton Rouge Parish fifth graders learned lessons about teamwork and making healthier choices at the inaugural AgBash.
(08/07/23) Marsh Maneuvers is a five-day camp, which teaches Louisiana students about the importance of marsh and coastal environments.
(06/26/23) T-Beaux’s Creole Café is the first Black-owned restaurant on the LSU campus.
(06/20/23) Producers from across the state gathered for a commercial vegetable field day June 14 at the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden.
(12/21/22) A group of educators and students who participate in the Hill Farm Community Garden gathered for an end-of-semester garden party.
(11/17/22) The 3+1 program allows College of Agriculture students to earn a bachelor’s degree and a doctorate in veterinary medicine in less time.
(10/06/22) Persimmon trees produce deliciously sweet fruit that — like autumn weather in Louisiana — is fleeting in its prime.
(08/16/22) LSU AgCenter nutritionists are working to close the inequality gap in finding healthy food alternatives.
(05/17/22) The St. Helena Farmers Market gives families healthful alternatives as well as community pride in one of Louisiana’s numerous food deserts.
(05/12/22) Two Louisiana 4-H volunteers recently received accolades from the National 4-H Council for their tireless service to the organization.
(05/05/22) The LSU AgCenter Dean Lee Research and Extension Center brought researchers and producers together during its annual beef and forage field day.
(04/27/22) Carol Friedland has been named director of the LSU AgCenter LaHouse Home and Landscape Resource Center.
(02/18/22) Gina E. Eubanks, associate vice president of the LSU AgCenter, has been named to the recently formed USDA Equity Commission.
(02/01/22) “Maximizing Profits Using Digital Tools” was the theme as the LSU AgCenter held its third digital agriculture conference.
(01/26/22) LSU AgCenter researchers have recently been awarded three USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture grants totaling more than $1.5 million.
(01/11/22) The family of Durwood Joseph Newton has set up an LSU AgCenter professorship in sugarcane variety development in his name.
(12/17/21) LSU and Southern University agricultural centers held a joint two-day workshop, Coming Together for Racial Understanding on Dec. 9 and 10.
(12/10/21) A team of LSU AgCenter researchers have been awarded a grant to study the guava root-knot nematode, which damages sweet potatoes.
(12/07/21) Kevin Ringelman has received the H. Dale Hall Ducks Unlimited Endowed Professorship in Wetlands and Waterfowl Conservation.
(11/08/21) LSU AgCenter researcher Terrence R. Tiersch has been reappointed as chair of the National Genetic Resources Advisory Council.
(10/29/21) A $2 million grant was awarded to the LSU AgCenter, Texas A&M University and the University of South Alabama to study tick saliva.
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