This spring has looked a little different this year for teachers across the country. That hasn’t stopped them from doing their jobs and continuing to advocate for their students and the subjects they believe in. This summer, more than 50 agricultural education teachers are taking their passion for agriculture and sharing their story to local […]
FFA members have just witnessed an attack against something they hold so near and dear to their hearts — the FFA & 4-H programs themselves.
These students experienced what it was like to have a disability in agriculture, like low-vision or degraded eyesight and mobility limitations.
The thought of my girls not having the opportunity to show their livestock animals and participate in the Green Lake County Fair makes my heart sad.
The National FFA Organization has developed a program — the FFA COVID-19 Chapter Assistance Program — to help chapters in these uncertain times.
FFA advisors from across the country have been reaching out to all their students, but especially wanting to show extra love and strength to their seniors.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, state FFA associations are adapting to the issue by moving convention sessions and activities online.
The National FFA Officers met Friday with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue. The conversation focused on topics related to COVID-19 and its affect on American agriculture. The National FFA Officers were each able to ask Secretary Perdue a question that was relevant to their current situation. Officers were able to ask questions that were […]