FFA

Megan Lieran

FFA Faces – Megan Lieran

February 11, 2016
FFA has allowed Megan to come into her own, serving in various officer roles and playing a vital role on the chapter horse evaluation team. Through FFA, Megan has found her passion and become part of a team.... Read more »
Zachary Duda

FFA Faces – Zachary Duda

February 11, 2016
As chapter president, Zachary has devoted his time to helping his fellow chapter members and encouraging them with his gregarious personality. He has competed in the parliamentary procedure and agricultural sales CDEs.... Read more »
Viral Patel

FFA Faces – Viral Patel

February 11, 2016
Viral has brought pride to his chapter, competing at the national level for the agriscience fair and his proficiency area. He created his own program to teach other students leadership skills through seminars and activities.... Read more »
Bailey Wert

FFA Faces – Bailey Wert

February 11, 2016
Bailey uses her leadership skills in her roles as FFA chapter president and a regional reporter. She says she strives to help her fellow chapter members and those in her region educate the public about agriculture.... Read more »
Ryan Cox

FFA Faces – Ryan Cox

February 11, 2016
Ryan serves as the New Hampshire FFA state vice president, making him the third sibling in his family to be a state officer. Outside of FFA, he runs track, serves on student council and interns with the New Hampshire Farm Bureau.... Read more »
Two Norco FFA members attended the 2015 National FFA Convention & Expo to present their $5 Challenge project as part of the National Model of Innovation Chapter Awards.

Gimme Five

February 11, 2016
Could you make a positive impact on your community with just $5? That’s the question agriculture teacher Robin Grundmeyer asked senior FFA members at Norco High School in California when she started the school’s $5 Challenge eight years ago. The $5 Challenge is now an annual tradition for the senior class, and students look forward... Read more »... Read more »
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 »
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