A unique donation helps Mulrennan Middle FFA members and other students in their community connect with livestock.
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.
Planning to go to college after high school? Don’t miss your chance to allow FFA to help fund your education. FFA scholarship applications opened Nov. 15 and will close Feb. 6, so don’t wait. 1. No matter what career path you choose, FFA has a scholarship designed to help you achieve your goals. In fact, the National FFA Scholarship Program provides more than 120 different scholarships to support students pursuing post-secondary education. Recipients use the money to study in a wide variety of fields, with the top five being agribusiness systems; animal systems; power, structural and technical systems; plant systems; and [...]
FFA and Grow Ag Leaders open doors for students to discover careers in a variety of fields within agriculture — and beyond.
Does your chapter need funds to develop or improve an agricultural education project? You’re in luck.
The day-long fundraiser was a success for FFA chapters and other local agricultural organizations.
All proceeds will go to FFA and other local agricultural organizations that strengthen American agriculture.
For the third consecutive year, Tractor Supply Company will provide grants to FFA chapters through its Grants for Growing Program.
If you attended the National FFA Convention & Expo this past month, you know that Culver’s was on a mission to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of every FFA member.
Indiana FFA members combat illiteracy, fight world hunger and raise money for a good cause.