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Goldendale FFA receives awards at national FFA convention
Goldendale FFA
Goldendale FFA receives awards at national FFA convention
In the National Chapter Award, Goldendale FFA earned 3 Gold Stars, which is the highest honor.

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Quincy FFA hosts annual Evergreen Tour
Quincy FFA hosts annual Evergreen Tour
Over 400 FFA members attended this event from 11 different chapters.
Quincy FFA members test land judging skills
Quincy FFA members test land judging skills
Tommy Workinger of the Quincy FFA chapter was the first-place individual.
Oregon FFA, Les Schwab work together to ‘Drive Away Hunger’
Oregon FFA, Les Schwab work together to ‘Drive Away Hunger’
Oregon Les Schwab, Wilco and Grange stores combine efforts with FFA members to collect food for the needy.
FFA Ag Expo offers valuable lessons for young and old
FFA Ag Expo offers valuable lessons for young and old
The Meridian, Idaho, FFA Elementary Ag Expo draws more than 3,000 students.
Meridian FFA hosts its annual Ag Expo
Meridian FFA hosts its annual Ag Expo
The Ag Expo will be held on Sept. 25-27 at Meridian, Idaho, High School.
Quincy FFA chapter a big winner at fair
Quincy FFA chapter a big winner at fair
When the dust settled, and all the cards had been scored and tallied, the Quincy FFA was the big winner, bringing home 6 banners.
Meridian FFA goes to the fair(s)
Meridian FFA goes to the fair(s)
At the fairs our members showed and sold their livestock they have raised.
Hughson FFA holds car show fundraiser
Hughson FFA holds car show fundraiser
Proceeds will go to the 15 FFA members who are attending national convention.
Oregon FFA Foundation seeks new director
Oregon FFA Foundation seeks new director
Kevin White has stepped down as executive director of the Oregon FFA Foundation.
National FFA honors state legislator
National FFA honors state legislator
The National FFA will give a state senator from Washington an honorary degree at its convention next month in recognition of his support for agriculture and the FFA.
FFA offers five reasons to visit Hughson Farmers’ Market
FFA offers five reasons to visit Hughson Farmers’ Market
Hughson FFA helps at the Hughson Farmers’ Market almost every week to sell eggs and local and FFA-grown produce.
Two Idaho FFA chapters tapped for highest honor
Two Idaho FFA chapters tapped for highest honor
The chapters are FFA Model of Excellence finalists, two of only 10 chapters nationwide to vie for the overall national title.
Goldendale FFA chapter chosen for national competition
Goldendale FFA chapter chosen for national competition
In addition, eighth-grade Goldendale FFA members Nick Bowdish and Mackenzie Dahl were selected as Agriscience finalists.
Youth ranch continues to grow, looks to future
Youth ranch continues to grow, looks to future
The number of students using the Jensen Memorial Youth Ranch in Medical Lake, Wash., for their FFA and 4-H livestock projects is growing, volunteer Craig Grub says.
Hot times at the Marion County Fair
Hot times at the Marion County Fair
4-H, FFA members ignore high temperatures for a chance to show their livestock.
Marion County Fair set for its annual four-day run
Marion County Fair set for its annual four-day run
Some of the entry numbers are higher than they have ever been, organizers say.
Cedarcrest FFA members excel at state convention
Cedarcrest FFA members excel at state convention
The teams competing at the state convention included Forestry, Veterinary Science, National Chapter, Farm for Kids, and the First Year Member Green Hand team. Individuals also competed in Prepared Speaking and Job Interview competitions.
Quincy FFA celebrates with annual banquet
Quincy FFA celebrates with annual banquet
The new chapter officers are Paden Wallace as president, Gavin Sahli as vice president, Anne Safe as secretary, Taren Brown as treasurer, Madison Lee as reporter and Tom Workinger as sentinel.
Golf tournament to raise funds for Washington FFA Foundation
Golf tournament to raise funds for Washington FFA Foundation
The Washington FFA Foundation is holding its first golf tournament to raise $24,000 for state officer outreach and member recruitment and retention.
Quincy FFA ‘Hall of Chapters’ booth wins at state
Quincy FFA ‘Hall of Chapters’ booth wins at state
The team will now design, prepare and man a booth at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind., in October in the Hall of States competition.
New Washington president: ‘FFA has been my everything’
New Washington president: ‘FFA has been my everything’
New Washington FFA president Sadie Aronson, of Buckley, Wash., says the organization has been a gateway for her future and she can’t wait to return the favor. About 3,013 people attended the final session of the state convention in Pullman, Wash.
Kuna FFA expo gives thousands of students a glimpse of agriculture
Kuna FFA expo gives thousands of students a glimpse of agriculture
The Agricultural Exposition, which Kuna FFA members have put on for decades, gives students a way to experience agriculture firsthand.
Meridian FFA chapter shines at state leadership conference
Meridian FFA chapter shines at state leadership conference
The Meridian FFA chapter took 68 members to the Idaho FFA State Leadership Conference.
Showtime highlights Spokane Junior Livestock Show
Showtime highlights Spokane Junior Livestock Show
Hard work pays off for youths participating in the annual Junior Livestock Show of Spokane.
Grange Co-op awards $13,500 in scholarships
Grange Co-op and its members also donated $10,000 to the Oregon FFA.
Touchet FFA sells shirts to benefit Oklahoma farmers impacted by wildfires
Touchet FFA sells shirts to benefit Oklahoma farmers impacted by wildfires
Touchet, Wash., FFA members are selling T-shirts to benefit Oklahoma farmers and ranchers impacted by wildfires. The shirts will be on display and for sale during the state convention in Pullman, Wash.
New Idaho FFA state officers ready to serve
New Idaho FFA state officers ready to serve
The Idaho State Leadership Conference concluded this weekend with new state officers who want to enrich the FFA experience for members across the state.
Trump adviser credits FFA for his success
Trump adviser credits FFA for his success
The White House agricultural adviser says FFA gave him the skills, experience and confidence to meet challenges and successfully advocate for agriculture.
Outgoing Idaho FFA officers wrap up a year of growth
Outgoing Idaho FFA officers wrap up a year of growth
Leaders bid farewell with fond memories, new insights, gratitude and advice for incoming officers.
Oregon FFA installs new state leaders
Oregon FFA installs new state leaders
The 2018-19 Oregon FFA State Officer Team was elected and officially installed during the fourth and final day of the State FFA Convention in Redmond, Ore.
FFA members use downtime to test skills
FFA members use downtime to test skills
Members of Blue Mountain Community College Collegiate FFA arrived at the 2018 Oregon FFA State Convention to promote their program, as well as provide hands-on activities between workshops and competitions.
FFA workshop highlights careers at ODA
FFA workshop highlights careers at ODA
The Oregon Department of Agriculture is encouraging Oregon FFA members to consider a future career with the agency.
Western Innovator: Students get real-world lessons
Western Innovator: Students get real-world lessons
Students can enroll in college classes, become certified to do artificial insemination in cattle through the Idaho Department of Agriculture and help biologists trap deer.
Quincy FFA goes to District IX LDEs
Quincy FFA goes to District IX LDEs
Nineteen members of the Quincy, Wash., FFA competed for a chance to advance to state level competition.
FFA skit discusses FSMA impact on processors
FFA skit discusses FSMA impact on processors
Sandy High School’s FFA chapter takes its Ag Issues Forum skit on the road.
New Washington FFA Foundation exec looks to create more ag partnerships
New Washington FFA Foundation exec looks to create more ag partnerships
The new executive director of the Washington FFA Foundation will work “tirelessly” to ensure Washington FFA and agriculture education are represented and supported by the state’s agriculture industry, FFA advisor Dennis Wallace says.
Quincy chapter members, supporters receive FFA honors
Chapter President Noah Nielson and Reporter Bethanny Safe were approved and certified by the district as recipients of the State FFA Degree.
Quincy FFA members attend leadership workshop
Quincy FFA members attend leadership workshop
In all, just under 200 FFA members attended the two-day training on Feb. 10-11 in the shadow of Mount Rainier.
Washington FFA students attend leadership conferences
Washington FFA students attend leadership conferences
Washington FFA students attended the 212 Degrees and 360 Degrees leadership conferences in Randle, Wash., focused on setting goals and assessing chapter needs.
Four Washington FFA state officers tour South Africa
Four Washington FFA state officers tour South Africa
Four members of the Washington FFA state officer team recently toured South Africa, where they learned about trade relations, career opportunities and the importance of agriculture on an international level.
Meridian FFA students ‘Speak Up!’
Meridian FFA students ‘Speak Up!’
Eight Meridian, Idaho, FFA members recently took part in speech competitions.
Qunicy FFA members attend leadership workshop
Qunicy FFA members attend leadership workshop
In all, just under 200 FFA members attended the two-day training on Feb. 10-11 in the shadow of Mount Rainier.
Rodeo champion offers message of inspiration to FFA members
Rodeo champion offers message of inspiration to FFA members
Amberley Snyder spoke about facing challenges and new triumphs after a truck accident left her paralyzed.
FFA member discusses proposal to require 2 ag ed credits to graduate
FFA member discusses proposal to require 2 ag ed credits to graduate
An Idaho FFA member who is crafting a bill that would require all high school students to complete at least two ag education classes presented an overview of her proposal to lawmakers.
Quincy FFA kicks off spring competition season
Quincy FFA kicks off spring competition season
This is the first of a string of competitions that wrap up the second week of May at the Washington State FFA Convention in Pullman.
Idaho FFA Foundation receives $100,000 gift
Idaho FFA Foundation receives $100,000 gift
The Idaho FFA Foundation has received a $100,000 gift from Freda Cenarrusa in honor of her late husband, Pete Cenarrusa, a former Idaho secretary of state.
Idaho FFA speech winner will speak at Nampa Ag Forum
Idaho FFA speech winner will speak at Nampa Ag Forum
The winner of an Idaho FFA prepared speech contest will repeat her presentation during the Nampa Chamber of Commerce Ag Forum Feb. 6. The speech centered on how the use of GMO crops can enable Idaho farmers to grow more food despite the loss of farm land.
Meridian FFA’s winter of accomplishment
Meridian FFA’s winter of accomplishment
It really was a wonderful winter for the Meridian, Idaho, FFA Chapter.
Quincy FFA member chosen for range management forum
Quincy FFA member chosen for range management forum
Each delegate to the forum competes in a scientific paper presentation with the content covering a range-related topic.
Washington FFA state adviser looks to evolve program
Washington FFA state adviser looks to evolve program
Denny Wallace, Washington state FFA adviser, says he is looking for ways for the program to evolve to help members develop skills, pursue careers and become leaders.

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