FFA chapters produce maple syrup to honor local agricultural traditions.
North Carolina FFA alumnus helps grow family nursery despite hard times.
This Tennessee chapter uses grant funds to collect and purchase books for kindergarten and first-grade students – just in time for the holiday season.
Each year, FFA chapters around the country celebrate National FFA Week. Chapters and fellow members have made the week a success with these ideas.
Assistant secretary for career, technical, and adult education at the U.S. Department of Education answers questions regarding his time in FFA.
Seneca FFA in Illinois honors local farmers who’ve spent 50 years in the field.
A detour from agriculture gave CEO Megan Nunes the insight she needed to help improve it.
What do you really know about America’s farms and ranches and the people who run them?
February is a busy month. Here's how Alumni and Supporters members can step in and help carry an FFA advisor's load.
The winter 2019 issue of FFA New Horizons has articles about artificial intelligence in agriculture, tips for aspiring chapter officers and more.
Here are a few of the fascinating forms of AI being used in fields, barns and food tech applications.
LATEST ISSUE: FALL 2019
How to Become a Chapter OfficerNovember 15th, 2019
FFA Members Help in HaitiNovember 15th, 2019
FFA Members in California Make a Global ImpactNovember 15th, 2019
FFA Members Harvest Sweet SuccessNovember 15th, 2019
Alumnus Credits FFA for His American DreamNovember 15th, 2019
Tennessee Chapter Is Living to Serve for the HolidaysNovember 15th, 2019
Winter 2019: FFA in the USANovember 12th, 2019
On the Record: Scott StumpNovember 12th, 2019
Illinois Chapter Celebrates Golden FarmersNovember 12th, 2019
FFA Alumna Charts Her Own Ag PathNovember 12th, 2019