Little did Bill Sarpalius know his first public vote to extend FFA membership to women would lead to a lifelong career as a political servant and advocate for agriculture.
Steer clear of these common mistakes with advice from current and past state officers.
Roses are red. FFA jackets are blue. 50 years later, women wear them too.
National Ag Week is March 10-16. Here are five things you can do to advocate for agriculture, develop your FFA leadership skills and celebrate the industry.
Gay Erickson, an FFA member from New York, was one of many women who paved the way for women in FFA.
Let's celebrate the 50th anniversary of women gaining full membership into the National FFA Organization!
As an education ranger, this FFA alumna spends time interacting with park visitors, delivering school programs and teaching others about natural resource systems.
While there are numerous reasons why you should participate in Give FFA Day, here are seven ways your support will have an immediate impact.
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 [...]