As FFA members from Munford, Tennessee, know, National FFA Week can mean improving the lives of people and their pets.
Every chapter banquet is unique. Here, members share their priorities for planning and executing a memorable end-of-the-year event. 1. List your non-negotiables. “This is the time to make a list of the things you cannot do without,” says Joelle Grubbs of the West Central Valley FFA Chapter in Iowa. “Things you'll definitely want to include are going through all the awards and honors received by the chapter or members, the retiring address and year-in-review moments. Making a list will allow you to keep your banquet organized and under control. It also keeps you from leaving anyone or anything out!” 2. Make some [...]
Through the FFA Blue 365 online platform, FFA members will soon have access to the latest advancements and innovations in agriculture.
In order to feed a hungry planet, future agriculturists have to think outside the box. For some students, this means working inside the AgroBox.
Despite challenges, Greenwood FFA has grown in size and success, with the support of active FFA Alumni.