National FFA Organization
Meet Abbey Gretsch, 2015-16 National FFA Vice President-Southern Region

Meet Abbey Gretsch, 2015-16 National FFA Vice President-Southern Region

December 8, 2015

Abbey Gretsch says she cherishes her FFA experiences, and she expresses her thanks for the support she received as Georgia’s national officer candidate. She is excited about serving as a national officer in the coming year.

This interview first aired on the December 5, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

Meet Sarah Draper, 2015-16 National FFA Vice President-Western Region

Meet Sarah Draper, 2015-16 National FFA Vice President-Western Region

December 2, 2015

Sarah Draper is excited to make history as the first female national FFA officer from Utah. She shares a story about her first day in an ag science class, and she talks about her goals for the upcoming year.

This interview first aired on the November 28, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

Thanks to All FFA Advisors!

Thanks to All FFA Advisors!

December 2, 2015

Former Oklahoma FFA Reporter Megan DeVuyst explains how agriculture teachers make a difference in their students’ lives – and members of the San Luis Obispo FFA Chapter in California share what they appreciate about their ag teachers.

This interview first aired on the November 28, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

FFA Hunger Programs

FFA Hunger Programs

December 2, 2015

Michele Sullivan, Stefonie Sebastian and Kayla Lumpford-Mitchell discuss the National FFA Organization’s Living to Serve program, and they explain the “See It, Solve It, Share It” approach to hunger issues. FFA: Food For All grants and the Hunger Heroes Challenge are just two ways FFA is fighting hunger.

This interview first aired on the November 28, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

Riley Pagett, Former National FFA President

Riley Pagett, Former National FFA President

December 2, 2015

Riley Pagett, 2010-11 National FFA President, has returned to the National FFA Organization as director of government and nonprofit relations. Riley explains how the skills that FFA members learn can be used in other settings, and he encourages current FFA members to take advantage of every opportunity that is presented to them.

This interview first aired on the November 28, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

Pendleton FFA Chapter, Pendleton, S.C.

Pendleton FFA Chapter, Pendleton, S.C.

December 2, 2015

Members of the Pendleton FFA Chapter in South Carolina talk about their Heirloom Turkey Project, which was established to preserve the Narragansett turkey. A heritage variety currently on The Livestock Conservancy’s threatened list, Narragansett turkeys were developed in Rhode Island and recognized by the American Poultry Association in 1874.

This interview first aired on the November 28, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

Chelan FFA Chapter, Chelan, Wash.

Chelan FFA Chapter, Chelan, Wash.

December 2, 2015

Rod Cool, FFA advisor at the Chelan FFA Chapter in Washington, explains how wildfires affected their community, their chapter and him personally. He says the assistance and support they received from across the country demonstrates community service at its best.

This interview first aired on the November 28, 2015 “FFA Today” show on Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 147.

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