West Rowan FFA advisor and members of the FFA Alumni and Supporters share pointers for putting together an alumni and supporters chapter that succeeds year after year.
Members of Turlock FFA served their community last summer, but the teens received much more than they gave.
FFA donor Bob Funk knows what a winner looks like — an FFA member — and he's making sure our future talent pipeline sees blue and gold.
If John Niemann had been skilled in mechanics as a young man, he probably would not be the person he is today—at one of the world’s largest providers of food, agriculture and risk management products and services. “My dad wanted me to overhaul the engine on his lawn mower, so I signed up for FFA,” explains Niemann, president of Cargill Protein—Ingredients & International. “I learned pretty quickly that was not my skill set, but because FFA had so many other things that I liked, I kept going. It’s the best thing that ever happened to me. I wouldn’t be here if [...]
FFA chapters use innovative technology to dig deep into agriculture and help solve the world's food problem.
Santa may get the credit but behind the scenes, an FFA member cares for these reindeer.
Advisors, FFA members and communities benefit from starting alumni chapters.
D.C. alumni president Kellie Bray receives joy when giving the Gift of Blue.
Nontraditional alumni and supporters chapters lend time and talent to help FFA members, chapters and advisors.
Members of David Crockett FFA built eight raised garden beds in a remote, empty field.