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What is Agriculture Education?

The agricultural education program involves the following components: rigorous classroom instruction (contextual learning), Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) hands-on experience and career exploration (work-based learning), and the FFA (connecting activity). Programs are designed to prepare students to fill community needs, enter post-secondary agricultural programs, and develop their personal skills.

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There are several areas within the Kansas FFA Association for all members to get involved. Whether you grew up on a farm or in a suburb, have a passion for livestock judging or public speaking, want to explore the depths of agriscience, or get hands-on experience working in the industry, there is a place for you. Take that first step in your FFA career and find your passion within this organization and the agricultural industry.

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Kansas FFA Foundation

The Kansas FFA Foundation exists to support Kansas FFA members and agriculture education professionals. Formed in 1982, primarily as a scholarship endowment, the Foundation financially supports a wide range of program areas including awards, events, student grants, and scholarships. Find out more about how you can assist the Foundation with growing the next generation of leaders in the state of Kansas.

KS State Fair

The Kansas State Fair is quickly approaching! The Kansas State Fair is more than just a fair — it’s a celebration of Kansas, a family tradition. Along with the 4-H & FFA Youth Livestock competitions September 10th through the 12th, members will volunteer and visit exhibits across the fairgrounds during the entirety of the fair.


Support Kansas FFA

Supporting Kansas FFA is an investment in the future of our state and the agricultural industry. The Kansas FFA has nearly 10,000 members and is growing. We need your support to ensure our young people can continue to thrive through the FFA. Support of the Kansas FFA Foundation allows us to fund its FFA programming, student scholarships, agricultural education and educator professional development, SAE grants, leadership development, and the Kansas FFA Convention. Contributions are tax-deductible as defined by the Internal Revenue Service.