THE NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION ENVISIONS A FUTURE IN WHICH ALL AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION STUDENTS WILL DISCOVER THEIR PASSION IN LIFE AND BUILD ON THAT INSIGHT TO CHART THE COURSE FOR THEIR EDUCATION, CAREER AND PERSONAL FUTURE.
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The Alaska FFA Association consists of these chapters from across our large state;
Interior District Chapters include North Pole, Tok, Delta Junction, and Silent Springs.
Mat-Su District Chapters include Palmer, Midnight Sun MatSu, Midnight Sun Anchorage
Kenai District Chapters include Ninilchik, Iron Mountain, and the Midnight Sun Kenai FFA.
Southeast Area Chapters currently inactive and hoping to revitalize with a new advisor are Kodiak, and Prince of Wales with three of our chapters above including homeschool students.
Our students are motivated and incorporate what they learn in the classroom with an individual project (SAE), which requires students to conduct a work experience project in which they can earn money, keep records and learn new life skills. Our chapters are active in their communities, they consistently create, develop, and complete community service projects, and educate the public about Alaskan agriculture and natural resources.
Alaska FFA has over 250 active members and we are always looking for ways to Grow Leaders, Build Communities and Strengthen Agriculture throughout Alaska. We believe Alaska FFA plays an integral part in Alaska’s continued growth in agriculture and natural resources. If you are interested in starting an FFA chapter in your community, be sure to contact our State Advisor under the “Contact Us” tab.