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Sixteen individuals, including two from the Pacific Northwest, will be inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame during a special ceremony on Friday, Oct. 11, at the National 4-H Youth Confe…

Oregon FFA has hired Leila Graves as the association's first career development coordinator, working with both agriculture teachers and industry professionals to ensure career development even…

Oregon Dairy Farmers Association is proud of its dairy youth, highlighting the accomplishments of two who took top honors in the 4-H dairy show at the Oregon State Fair.

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Computer-controlled gardening and farming were on display at the recent Douglas County Fair.

PULLMAN, Wash. — Twelve agriculture teachers from across the U.S. sat in a Washington State University classroom, learning about a vast array of technology ranging from temperature sensors to …

This summer, 36 FFA members have been selected to participate in the 2019 New Century Farmer conference in Indianapolis. This exclusive, highly competitive program develops young men and women…

SALEM — The Oregon FFA, an agricultural education and leadership organization, will receive funding from the state this biennium for the first time in eight years.

Getting stuck overnight at the Denver, Colo., airport due to weather delays during a trip to Washington, D.C., was more than a unique team-building exercise for the Washington state FFA officers.

Three Goldendale, Wash., FFA members, Kyhlie Linder, Denice Owen and Vanaesa Ontiveros, have been teaching grades K-6 about agriculture for the past three months as part of an FFA Leadership D…

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Idaho’s newly elected FFA state officers want to reach as many members as possible to help them reach their full potential.

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Oregon FFA delegates elected six new state officers Monday morning to kick off the final day of the 2019 convention at the Deschutes Fair & Expo Center in Redmond.

The state officer team’s theme was Find Yourself, and they hoped they helped members accomplish the growth they experienced themselves.

Members of the Quincy FFA wrapped up their District IX Leadership Development Events last week and when all the points were tallied and banners awarded 20 members had qualified to move onto st…

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Shawn Dooley, 59, will serve as the first CEO of the recently restructured Oregon FFA Association, Foundation and Alumni organizations.

Washington Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers received the Distinguished Alumni Medallion Award from 4-H during the 10th Anniversary Legacy Award Gala March 12 in Washington D.C.

GOLDENDALE, Wash. — On Tuesday, March 5, Goldendale Fire Department, Goldendale Emergency Dispatch and the Department of Natural Resources provided Fire Safety Education to over 200 Goldendale…

While she was driving to work from her home in Chico, Calif., on Nov. 8, Jennifer Kaslin, an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Gridley High School, didn’t realize she was heading into som…

SPOKANE — Farmers and foresters need to listen to the concerns of the public for agriculture to survive, a speaker told FFA members during a presentation at the Spokane Ag Expo.

The 91st National FFA Convention and Expo was held October 22-27, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over 60,000 FFA members from around the country traveled to the Circle City to compete in national c…

The Idaho Department of Labor estimates that by 2025, approximately 63,000 STEM-related jobs will go unfilled due to a lack of adequately trained members of the workforce.

The role of agriculture in our society is one of the most important aspects needed for our survival. Agriculture is a smooth-running, invisible giant that efficiently provides the necessary fo…

The 91st National FFA Convention and Expo was held October 22-27, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over 60,000 FFA members from around the country traveled to the Circle City to compete in national c…

The Idaho Department of Labor estimates that by 2025, approximately 63,000 STEM-related jobs will go unfilled due to a lack of adequately trained members of the workforce.

Oregon FFA is poised to hire its first chief executive officer in charge of overseeing staff and finances for three separate organizations, including the state FFA Association, Foundation and Alumni.