The National FFA Organization teams up with other nonprofits in the Advancing Racial Equity Community of Practice initiative focused on advancing equity.
The solution to mental health issues in agriculture is to create a new vision for ag that starts with you. Educate yourself, advocate, and take action.
The Sweetheart jacket’s white color may initially invoke flashbacks to women’s ancillary membership in the FFA, but the jacket’s distinctive color also offers a conversation piece about divisiveness over women’s role in society and agriculture.
4-H and FFA members can learn the different classifications they might come across as they learn about producing food and fiber while exhibiting livestock.
It’s the season to give back, and FFA members across the country are embracing the idea of “Living to Serve” within their local communities.
When Ozark Food Harvest found itself short on volunteers needed to keep feeding 50,000 people per month, they reached out for help and Branson FFA answered.
Giving Tuesday — the Tuesday after Thanksgiving — was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. This year, we celebrate Giving Tuesday on November 29. Following Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, it’s rewarding to put our time and money toward organizations that help others.
From small-town FFA member to national FFA leader, Ryan Williamson found value in the program and in himself as he served others in his community and FFA.