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Cover of the 2021 Stately Oak

The Stately Oak

The LSU AgCenter and LSU College of Agriculture have long valued diversity, equity and inclusion, and in the past year, the two institutions have prioritized efforts to cultivate those principles. Read more in this year's issue of The Stately Oak.

LSU College of Agriculture News Summer 2022

LSU College of Agriculture News Summer 2022

View LSU College of Agriculture news published in Louisiana Agriculture's Summer 2022 Issue.

Working Hard on The Field and Behind the Scenes: Turfgrass Managers

Working Hard on the Field and Behind the Scenes: Turfgrass Managers

Plants and soil systems major Jack Simmons spent the summer working with LSU Athletics’ facilities and grounds teams, learning how to care for the athletic fields on campus.

Roseau cane die-off means all hands on deck for cross-disciplinary study

Roseau cane die-off means all hands on deck for cross-disciplinary study

The world's largest continuous stand of roseau cane is vanishing from the Mississippi River Delta, and a group of cross-disciplinary researchers is collaborating to find a solution to stop the die-off.

Students participate in Summer Internships

Students Participate in Summer Internships

College of Agriculture students spent their summer gaining hands-on experience through internships each year. Students in every major and year participate in internships in Louisiana and across the country.

Nutrition and Food Sciences students receive diversity grant to study food insecurity

Nutrition and Food Sciences students receive diversity grant to study food insecurity

Two graduate students in the LSU School of Nutrition and Food Sciences have taken notice of food insecurity among international students and are looking to make an impact on LSU.