The North Carolina School for the Deaf became the third FFA chapter in the nation for members who are deaf and hard of hearing.
FFA aims to increase diversity across the organization and continues to encourage inclusivity in agriculture.
The chancellor of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana started on a sharecrop farm in the segregated South of the 1950s. An FFA background launched his incredible journey.
Female leaders in agriculture share stories and advice for future leaders.
FFA convention provides needed respite from hurricane clean up.
How women can meet growing demands in the American welding industry.
In 1928 the Future Farmers of America was created. However a dispute quickly cropped up about who could join and fully participate.