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What is FFA?      
FFA is a dynamic student-led leadership development organization for students of agricultural education. The FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

What does F-F-A stand for?      
F-F-A stands for Future Farmers of America, which is the official name of the organization, but we don’t use the full name and instead operate as the “FFA” because Future Farmers of America implies that we are all preparing to be farmers. Agriculture is much broader than farming and ranching. Members study things such as horticulture, aquaculture, food sciences, accounting, wildlife management, mechanics and engineering.

General Information      
Includes: 3-Part model of Agricultural Education, FFA Mission, Motto and Creed, FFA Fast Facts and statistics


Texas FFA Areas      
The Texas FFA Association provides leadership and management for active, junior, and alumni FFA members. The state is divided into twelve administrative areas which operate as semi-autonomous associations.

These twelve areas are divided into districts. The number of districts per area ranges from four to seven and there are 66 total districts in the state.


   
 
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