THE FFA VISION
THE FFA VISION
Students whose lives are impacted by FFA and agricultural education will achieve academic and personal growth, strengthen American agriculture and provide leadership to build healthy local communities, a strong nation and a sustainable world.
Missouri FFA is 25,920 members strong —and growing! FFA continues to help the next generation rise up to meet the challenges of feeding a growing population by helping its members to develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of career pathways through their experiences in agricultural education. Today’s FFA members are future biologists, chemists, veterinarians, engineers and entrepreneurs! Thanks for helping us pave the way to being tomorrow’s leaders.
Join your Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council Tuesday, July 31 at the Bay Farm Research Facility in Columbia for a hands-on look at the latest in soybean research.
Field day will include the latest research updates on high oleic soybean breeding, new soybean uses, MU Certified Strip Trials and other checkoff programs.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. – The 2018 Drive to Feed Kids officially kicks off today. The goal for this collaboration is to raise funds to provide food for hungry Missouri children, pack 100,000 nutritious, kid-friendly meals at the Missouri State Fair and to stand in the gap for the Missouri children who face food insecurity.
The Missouri State FFA officer team presents the “Living to Serve Network” again this year.
Sixty-six FFA members from across the state participated in the Missouri FFA Public Speaking Academy held June 5-7, 2018 on the University of Central Missouri campus.
The Missouri FFA, along with Case IH, made it possible for FFA members to benefit from the professional staff at University of Central Missouri.
Your Missouri State FFA officers have spent the past few months working on presentations and would love to meet with your chapter! Find out which officers are available in your area.
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Help highlight how Missouri is putting our leadership into action through service projects that benefit local communities. Right now there are two opportunities to receive funding to support service activities.
The Semester-Long Living to Serve Grant is now open and due by Sept. 1. This grant provides middle/high school FFA chapters with up to $1,200 to implement a service-learning project in their community for one semester.
The Day of Service Mini-Grant offers alumni or middle/high school chapters with up to $400 to conduct a one-time service event. This application is open all year.
The application process is easy, and you can pick which grant best suits your chapter’s Program of Activities. Apply today at FFA.org/LivingToServe.
If you have any questions about the grants, reach out to the Living to Serve team, LTS@FFA.org.