Varnado Jr. High FFA Chapter Advisor Emily Cooper shares a seasonal photo from Thomas, La.
FFA alumna Olivia Hoenig captures the precision it takes to harvest corn.
“There’s nothing better than having multiple generations of family involved in our farm."
This photo has three of Jenna Fletcher's favorite things: a sunset, a calf and a sunflower.
"This photo was taken during a National Geographic story I was doing about Highway 93 in Nevada."
The bond this man has with his granddaughters is enough to make anyone swell with pride.
The agricultural education program of an impressive Arizona FFA Chapter earned more recognition this week as it was featured on PBS NewsHour. Monument Valley FFA Chapter, located in Kayenta, Arizona, is home to a career and technical education program that defies odds and serves students inside the Navajo Nation. The program is coordinated by Clyde McBride, recently named as an Education Week Leader To Learn From: McBride, who is the director of career and technical education in the 2,000-student Kayenta Unified school district, started this program in 1990 and has built it into a powerhouse that catapults students past the odds [...]
“We love the critters on our farm: chickens, sheep, geese, turkeys, cows and even elk. I captured this while we were out moving one of our chicken coops to a different paddock in the pasture."