The National Pork Producers Council is seeking creative high school students to help spread the positive message of the U.S. pork industry by creating a unique, educational and inspirational video. Each FFA chapter is allowed to submit an entry that must be received by Feb. 15. Judging will take place in two phases. First, five judges will review each video based on the criteria. The top six videos will be selected and published on the National Pork Producers Council website by Noon (CST) on March 1. Second, once the six finalist videos are posted, the selected teams will have until Noon (CST) on March 15 to promote views of their video. The final winner will be based solely on the total number of views their video has received on their YouTube page. The top prize of $5,000 will be presented to the FFA chapter whose finalist video receives the most views by Noon (CST) on March 15. To learn more, visit the National Pork Producers Council website, www.nppc.org/videocontest.