As the National FFA Foundation celebrates 75 years, this former national officer reflects on why she gives back.
Fundraising campaigns help alumni show young people how important it is to give back and to keep traditions alive.
Members from the Center FFA chapter in North Dakota placed a service dog with decorated a veteran.
This North Carolina FFA chapter organizes a food and supply drive to help Hurricane Florence victims.
FFA member Kate Indreland sees soil health as the path to a better world.
Meet Mason Finocchio, a 2018 national FFA proficiency finalist, who has taken a stand against hunger in his community. Most kids Mason Finocchio’s age are thinking about college, future careers and their plans for Friday night. Finocchio thinks about those things, too, but his primary concern is helping the less fortunate. “I found out that in my community, the poverty level is 18 percent, which is 4 percent higher than the national average,” says Finocchio. “Because of that, I decided to start a project through FFA dedicated to knocking out hunger in our community.” The recent graduate of Bald Eagle Area [...]
Indiana FFA members combat illiteracy, fight world hunger and raise money for a good cause.
After a test run in 2016, the conduct of meetings leadership development event debuted this year at the 90th National FFA Convention & Expo.
Landscape design students at the Knox County Career Center in Mount Vernon, Ohio, travel to Washington, D.C., to help landscape at Arlington National Cemetery.
National FFA President encourages you to "Grow. Always."