If you’re passionate about agriculture but find it tough to share your knowledge about the industry, you’re not alone – and you’re in luck.
Courtney White with BASF wants you to capitalize on what makes you unique in the workplace.
Use these tips and tricks to memorize the FFA Creed.
Make sure you’re aware of these changes before you go to national convention this year.
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.
Every chapter banquet is unique. Here, members share their priorities for planning and executing a memorable end-of-the-year event. 1. List your non-negotiables. “This is the time to make a list of the things you cannot do without,” says Joelle Grubbs of the West Central Valley FFA Chapter in Iowa. “Things you'll definitely want to include are going through all the awards and honors received by the chapter or members, the retiring address and year-in-review moments. Making a list will allow you to keep your banquet organized and under control. It also keeps you from leaving anyone or anything out!” 2. Make some