The 2018-19 National FFA Officer Team will be selected during the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo, electing six new FFA members to serve as the student leaders of the National FFA Organization. The process to become a national officer is arduous, with the candidates – each state FFA association can submit one individual member annually – taking part in an extensive interview process with a National FFA Officer Nominating Committee. The committee is comprised of students who interview and select the national FFA officers [...]
A “horse-crazed” FFA member chose an SAE project with heart.
Roses are red. FFA jackets are blue. 50 years later, women wear them too.
WLC celebrates half a century of educating youth, preparing tomorrow’s leaders for success.
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.
Gay Erickson, an FFA member from New York, was one of many women who paved the way for women in FFA.
An Indiana FFA chapter teaches farmers how to deal with emergencies in the field.
National FFA honors the late Phillip LaGoy of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill FFA with American FFA Degree.
The charter strengthens the integral nature of agricultural education, leadership development through FFA, and experiential learning for students.
FFA members from Kalamazoo County, Mich. go on an African safari.
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.
What does "when pigs fly" mean, and other barnyard idioms?