A “horse-crazed” FFA member chose an SAE project with heart.
An Indiana FFA chapter teaches farmers how to deal with emergencies in the field.
Women were first welcomed into the National FFA Organization in 1969. Meet some of the groundbreaking women who helped shape the future of FFA.
Acquaint yourself with the six 2018 educators who won Outstanding Agricultural Education Teachers Awards from the National Association of Agricultural Educators.
This FFA chapter proves urban gardens can produce plenty of produce.
Beverley Flatt explains how FFA led her to a job with one of the largest agribusiness companies in the world, and how you can pursue similar opportunities, too.
Matt Brake attended sessions on succession planning at the 2018 New Century Farmer conference and shares his biggest takeaways.
This Alabama member plants an experimental crop that can be converted to jet fuel. Crystal Chandler was looking for a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) project when her FFA advisor at Geraldine High School in Geraldine, Ala., introduced her to carinata (Brassica carinata). The oilseed crop, a nonfood biofuel oil, can be used in jet fuel. The remnants of the carinata seed can be used as a high-protein feed for livestock. The timing was right for Chandler to plant the novel crop. Her parents had just rented 50 acres of farmland with plans to grow row crops. Also, Agrisoma Biosciences Inc., a [...]
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The community of New Richmond, Wis. steps up in big ways to support its FFA chapter, thanks to the tireless efforts of the agricultural education instructor.