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Amanda-Clearcreek FFA, Ohio

Pelotonia Bike Tour

July 21, 2015
Members of the Amanda-Clearcreek FFA Chapter are biking to beat breast cancer by volunteering for the Pelotonia Bike Tour, which attracts more than 6,000 riders each year. Over the years, chapter members have helped with setup, cleanup, greeting riders, picking up trash, unloading supplies and more. In 2014, more than 30 FFA members volunteered to... Read more »... Read more »
Cape May Tech FFA Operation Osprey

Operation Osprey

May 18, 2015
Following in her father’s footsteps, Hanna Toft, second-generation Cape May Tech natural sciences teacher and FFA advisor, rallied her FFA members to protect a local treasure – the osprey. This majestic creature is an iconic fixture over New Jersey skies and a main attraction for the $522 million ecotourism industry in Cape May County. The... Read more »... Read more »
Ponderosa FFA

After the Fire

May 15, 2015
In times of crisis, a community must band together to support each other. Ponderosa FFA did just that during the King Fire in El Dorado County, Calif., in September 2014, which burned tens of thousands of acres. The chapter has opened the gates of its school farm to welcome animals displaced by fire evacuations. Many... Read more »... Read more »
Jillian Young Memorial Scholarship hog sale

Going Whole Hog

May 15, 2015
Nathan Stone, an FFA member at Elsberry High School in Missouri, wanted to honor the memory of his friend, Jillian Young, by donating the proceeds of his market hog at the Lincoln County Fair to a memorial scholarship in her honor. In total, 32 buyers contributed $1 per pound each to Stone’s hog, bringing the... Read more »... Read more »
Stanwood High School FFA Country Living Expo

Country Living

May 15, 2015
Stanwood High School, in cooperation with the Skagit County Livestock Advisor program (Livestock Masters), hosts the Country Living Expo every year on the last Saturday in January. The event includes 180 to 190 classes on agricultural topics. The students in agricultural mechanics and horticulture programs also teach topics such as arc welding and floral design.... Read more »... Read more »
Annah Dobson, WI Hereford Princess

Hear, Hear, Hereford Princess

May 15, 2015
Annah Dobson is no ordinary beauty queen. As a third-year Wisconsin Hereford Princess, her royalty comes not from her ability to smile and wave, but her dedication to promoting the Hereford cattle industry. Annah’s duties as princess include attending various cattle shows, handing out ribbons and trophies, attending livestock sales and banquets, and representing the... Read more »... Read more »
Farm Facts About Eggs

Vetted for the Future

May 15, 2015
Pioneer FFA members are preparing for the future by enrolling in a veterinary science class and working with animals on the school farm. The farm has sheep, goats, chickens, miniature horses and other animals. The school raises 30 laying hens and sells the eggs to pay students to come in on the weekends and during... Read more »... Read more »
Mitch Malone

FFA Featured Face – Mitch Malone

May 15, 2015
As Illinois Section 23 secretary, Mitch was the first member of his chapter elected to a section officer position. His leadership skills also earned him the honor of being among the top 10 chapter presidents in Illinois.... Read more »
Learn more about FFA Featured Face, Sierra Cristie, from Maryland.

FFA Featured Face – Sierra Cristie

May 15, 2015
Sierra’s horse judging and riding projects have given her the experience to volunteer at a local horse rescue and a therapeutic riding center for physically and mentally disabled children and adults.... Read more »
Drake Davis

FFA Faces – Drake Davis

May 15, 2015
Drake’s agricultural interests range from soil judging and floriculture to parliamentary procedure and tractor restoration. For the past two years, he has made it into the top 12 in the nation for his tractor restorations.... Read more »
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