The victory marked the fourth time the Chelan FFA has attended the national compeition in horse evaluation in the last 12 years.
The Western Idaho Fair is Ada County’s designated FFA fair.
Chelan members picked up right where they left off in Waterville at the NCW District Fair.
The Washington FFA Foundation works to provide a solid financial future for the state’s FFA p
Several Washington FFA chapters have received national honors
Chelan's FFA students enjoy success at the NCW District Fair.
The fair gives Meridian FFA members the chance to show and sell the livestock they’ve been raising.
Meridian, Idaho, FFA members scramble to put a halter on calves and receive money to purchase one.
Members of the Meridian, Idaho, FFA attended the Washington Leadership Conference in the nation's capital.
The Pendleton FFA Chapter hosted Farm Day on Friday for incoming eighth-graders from Sundridge Middle School.
The Meridian, Idaho, FFA chapter banquet is held every spring to award our members for all the hard work they did in the past year.
All members and family are invited to join us for a night of food, installing new officers and giving awards and...
TURNER, Ore. — Cascade High School’s Agriculture Department moved into the final stage of their greenhouse restoration project recently, thanks to a $2,000 Northwest Farm Credit Services Rural Community Grant.
The money will be...
PULLMAN, Wash. — The new Washington FFA state officers represent all parts of the state, organization leaders say.
The new officers are president Alyssa McGee of Sumner, vice president Tye Taylor of Prosser, secretary Corrina Davis of...
The Chelan, Wash., FFA Livestock Career Development Event team did something that a team from Chelan hasn’t done since 1983 and that’s bring a piece of hardware back from the State FFA Livestock CDE.
The Washington State Livestock...
KUNA, Idaho — About 4,000 first and second graders from throughout the Treasure Valley received a hands-on farming experience May 2-5 during Kuna High School’s annual agricultural expo.
The school’s FFA students organize the...
ROSALIA, Wash. — Rosalia High School sophomore Collin Pittmann’s hard work all comes down to this.
Pittmann will compete against other students from across the state in the prepared public speaking career development event at the...
FRESNO, Calif. — California FFA’s newly elected state officer team promised the more than 5,000 students attending the organization’s state convention that they’ll put plenty of passion and energy into the coming...
FRESNO, Calif. — State Food and Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross told 5,000 FFA members here that California’s agriculture-related industries will need their energy and innovations in the challenging years to come.
Ross cited water...
The 85th Idaho FFA State Leadership Conference (SLC) was held on April 6-9 at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho.
At this conference, FFA members from across the state are invited to compete in different Career Development Events...
FFA members work to set children on the right track in understanding agriculture and advocating for its sustainability.
Encouraging FFA members to believe in themselves and follow their dreams is at the top of the list for Idaho's new state FFA officers confirmed on April 9 at the close of the 85th annual Leadership Conference.
Agricultural teachers shared their experiences with potential newcomers to the profession during a workshop at the Idaho State FFA Leadership Conference on Thursday.
The petting zoo, popular with children and adults alike, has expanded this year thanks to Cascade High School FFA seniors Austin and Collin Brill, Cascade FFA adviser Becky Bates and Ag Fest board member and petting zoo chairman Craig Anderson.
Steven Brockshus, a former National FFA officer and an Iowa State University junior studying ag education and entrepreneurial studies, challenges blue jackets to ask themselves who they are and why they're here.
Retiring Idaho state FFA officers saw membership grow to more than 90 chapters this last year, with two start-ups coming on board and three more in the works with the help of the state's Ag Education Initiative signed into law in 2014.
Over 90 students from the Bridgeport, Cashmere, Chelan, Omak, Tonasket and Wenatchee FFA chapters competed in Creed Speaking, Prepared Public Speaking, Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Novice Parliamentary Procedure and Parliamentary Procedure CDEs.
Oregon's annual state FFA convention results in new officers, polished public speaking abilities and new prospects to consider.
The Dayton, Ore., High School FFA is seeking donations for its upcoming fundraising auction.
Former Washington FFA state officer to represent the state in bid for national officer.
The Sandy High School FFA Chapter presented a skit on the issue of whether millions of acres of Malheur County should be designated wilderness.
District educators honor those who have excelled.
Chelan, Wash., FFA needs help in hosting the district competitions.
The Parliamentary Procedures and Agronomy teams placed first in their categories.
The event was attended by 17 FFA members from around the state, including the entire current state FFA officer team, two FFA advisers and state FFA staff.
The Mackay, Idaho, FFA hosted a community breakfast on Feb. 24.
The donation is the result of fundraisers the Grange Co-op has sponsored.
The Genessee, Idaho, FFA members do well at a recent competition.
Preceding the auction at 5:30 p.m. the Chelan FFA members and Alumni members will be hosting a Community Appreciation Dinner to say thank you for the years of support from the Chelan Valley.
Washington FFA District VII announces the winners of a variety of honors.
Shepherd's Grain and Lacrosse, Wash., FFA's marketing team took home top honors during the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum.
Farm Bureau is strictly prepared speaking, while Kuna Grange has both extemporaneous and prepared speaking.
Washington FFA members check out possible career options during the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum.
About 600 FFA members, legislators and Idaho farm industry leaders attended the annual Cenarrusa Day on the Hill event Jan. 25. The event in Boise gives FFA students the chance to mingle with legislators and learn first-hand how Idaho government works.
Idaho FFA students are seeking to raise money for their organization and student scholarships by raffling a Massey-Ferguson tractor.
More than 25,000 special agriculture-themed license plates have been issued, renewed or transferred in California, and fees for the plates have generated nearly $500,000 in grants for farm-related agricultural programs.
The FFA chapter at Mackay High School hosted a precision agriculture demonstration featuring the use of drones.
Since its creation years ago by former agriculture educator Vernon Roche, the program has provided 299 cows, 53 ewes and 5 sows to Mackay FFA members.
The team will go on to compete as Oregon’s representative at the National FFA Agriculture Sales Competition held in Indianapolis, Ind., in the fall of 2016.
The Oregon FFA Foundation put the project out for bid last summer and the Sutherlin FFA chapter won it.
This is the fifth year in a row that Middleton FFA has won the Boise Valley FFA Agriculture Mechanics CDE. Middleton FFA has also won this event eight of the last nine years.
The Meridian FFA team participated in the Boise Valley District Career Development Events.
Food For All is a joint project of the high school FFA chapters at Perrydale, Willamina, Dayton, Amity, Sheridan and Yamhill-Carlton.
This event serves as our main fundraiser to raise money for senior FFA member scholarships and to lower the cost of state and national trips for the members of the chapter.
The goal of the fundraiser is to earn money for our chapter’s activities throughout the year, while spreading Christmas cheer.