Event to teach children about Louisiana’s agriculture through fun exhibits and activities
Baton Rouge, LA- The Southern University Ag Center has partnered with the LSU AgCenter to present AgMagic, an interactive event that teaches children about Louisiana’s agriculture and why it’s important to their lives.
AgMagic will be held from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., April 25-26 in the Parker Coliseum – Highland Road near the south gates of LSU- on the LSU campus. It is free and open to the public.
As part of the partnership, the SU Ag Center will provide a rabbit display, a nutrition game, and a tobacco cessation exhibit. The Center also provided SU J.A.G.I.E activity books and tote bags for teacher packets.
During the event, visitors will be able to look inside the brain, make animal tracks, watch eggs hatch and plants grow, learn where food comes from, walk through the forest, learn about 4-H, bugs and see alligators.
The LSU AgCenter has hosted AgMagic since 2004. For additional information, visit www.LSUAgCenter.com/AgMagic.