Northern Indiana farmer, entrepreneur and former National FFA Foundation trustee Kip Tom.
The elephant wouldn't typically be considered a farm animal, read why it's featured on the cover FFA New Horizons magazine.
As an education ranger, this FFA alumna spends time interacting with park visitors, delivering school programs and teaching others about natural resource systems.
Concert bands have been a fixture at the National FFA Convention since 1947, when the first official band was selected from FFA member tryouts. But that wasn’t the first band to play at the convention. An FFA band from Fredericktown, Ohio, performed in Kansas City at the fifth convention in 1933. Remarkably, two members of that band are still living – Linden Scheff (pictured above, left) and Neil Overly – and they attended a recent ceremony that recognized Fredericktown as the home of the FFA jacket. Overly, a retired farmer, turned 100 on Nov. 8. Here, he discusses his FFA experience and the [...]
The community of New Richmond, Wis. steps up in big ways to support its FFA chapter, thanks to the tireless efforts of the agricultural education instructor.
Nontraditional alumni and supporters chapters lend time and talent to help FFA members, chapters and advisors.
FFA has partnered with Pearson to offer this new program for FFA Alumni members everywhere.
Ever wanted to attend the "world's richest one-day rodeo" in Arlington, Texas? Here's your chance!
National FFA Week always runs Saturday to Saturday and encompasses Feb. 22, George Washington's birthday.
As part of a strategic initiative, the board passed recommendations to realign the association and rename it National FFA Alumni and Supporters.