Members of the Audubon FFA in Iowa traveled to Haiti to build shelter and hope for a family in need.
Q: Your time as a National FFA Officer came to an end at the 2019 National FFA Convention & Expo. How will you continue your FFA service as an alumni? FFA prepares us for what’s to come, no matter where that path takes us. Because of my experiences as an FFA member, I am more confident to live authentically and follow my passions. I look forward to living a life of service and kindness in our world that truly needs it. FFA members are ready to bring that to our world, and I am excited to help them do that even [...]
The winter 2019 issue of FFA New Horizons has articles about artificial intelligence in agriculture, tips for aspiring chapter officers and more.
FFA New Horizons editor Justin Davey is excited to share this story with you that will take you to new heights.
One year to the day after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, FFA New Horizons was on the ground there experiencing the resilience and dedication of its FFA members.
The elephant wouldn't typically be considered a farm animal, read why it's featured on the cover FFA New Horizons magazine.
The spring 2019 issue of FFA New Horizons magazine celebrates the 50th anniversary of women in FFA.
See what's new in agricultural innovation.
We ask the 2017-18 national officer about their hopes for the future of the organization.
Could the time, talent and treasure of just one person really make an impact and ignite support from others in the community? The answer is yes.