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Gardiner FFA

One Diverse Chapter is Picture Perfect

February 11, 2016
Sometimes, a simple idea can lead to a big impact. That’s what happened for the Gardiner High School FFA Chapter in Gardiner, Mont., as they brainstormed ways to spread the word about their young chapter during National FFA Week in 2015. “We were trying to decide how to translate the idea that FFA is more... Read more »... Read more »
National Officers

Get to Know Your National FFA Officers

February 11, 2016
Tell us about yourself in two sentences. Taylor: I grew up on my family’s small farm in Vilonia, Ark., where I raised and showed market goats, registered Boer goats, horses, and hogs. When I am not helping out on the farm or attending school at Southern Arkansas University, I love to cook and blog! Nick: Everything... Read more »... Read more »
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A Platform for a New Panther – Pelion FFA, SC

February 11, 2016
FFA members at Pelion High School raised the $2,200 needed for a statue of a panther to adorn the school’s student entrance. They hosted greenhouse plant sales in order to purchase the statue and building supplies. With the help of the PHS building construction program, the FFA members contributed their time and labor to build... Read more »... Read more »
Cassanda Gifford at national FFA convention with her pink tractor

Paint it Pink

February 11, 2016
Take a drive through Eufaula, Ala., and you might pass a bright pink tractor sitting quietly in a field. While the sight is surprising on its own, what’s even more so is the message behind it. Cassandra Gifford, a 2015 graduate of Eufaula High School and a member of the school’s FFA chapter, initially restored... Read more »... Read more »
John Allen with his ag students

These Boots are Made for Teaching – Jumpertown FFA, MS

February 11, 2016
John Allen, FFA advisor at Jumpertown High School, carries on his family’s FFA legacy. Allen’s grandfather, Merril T. Cartwright, was National FFA Vice President in 1949 and his father and uncle served as state officers. To demonstrate his FFA pride, Allen sports a pair of FFA boots every day. Everyone who sees him knows that... Read more »... Read more »
BRANCH AREA CAREER CENTER FFA, MI gleaning project

Gleaning for Good

November 09, 2015
After harvest, vegetable fields are often left with product that may not meet the requirements for the regular market, and organizations are invited in to glean (which means harvest) the remainder. The Branch Area Career Center FFA partnered with local farmers in 2015 to glean 680 pounds of peppers and 1,080 pounds of potatoes, donating... Read more »... Read more »
FFA member and volunteer firefighter, Joseph A. Wesolowski

FFA Ignites Leadership

November 09, 2015
Joseph A. Wesolowski doesn’t just use the strong work ethic and leadership skills learned in FFA for his various SAEs. In addition to his market swine project, Joe spends his time responding to barn fires, house fires, brush fires and medical assistance calls with the Rawlinsville Volunteer Fire Company. The blue corduroy jacket has given... Read more »... Read more »
Liz Shroeder, Wisconsin

FFA Featured Face – Liz Shroeder

November 09, 2015
Liz Schroeder has served as president, treasurer and reporter for her FFA chapter. She participated in the dairy products CDE and was the 2013-2014 Albany Dairy Queen, serving as an ag ambassador to the community.... Read more »
Joshua Todd – Jackson, NJ

FFA Featured Face – Joshua Todd

November 09, 2015
Participating in FFA has given Joshua Todd the confidence and leadership skills to become chapter president. He is dedicated to helping the younger members and serving his community.... Read more »
Clint Beel – Stewarts Creek FFA, TN

FFA Featured Face – Clint Beel

November 09, 2015
An avid beekeeper, Clint Beel is responsible for the health and productivity of his family’s nine hives. He is active in his local beekeepers association and hopes to become a certified state beekeeper.... Read more »
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