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Adair County R-I FFA

Novinger, MO, 63559 US
Adair Co. R-I FFA is addressing hunger by planting a community garden for the Novinger community to pick fresh vegetables from. Throughout the year, the chapter hosts workshops for community members on how to plant their own garden, and ways to prepare fresh vegetables.
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Albany FFA

Albany, WI, US
The Albany FFA Chapter is addressing hunger by growing and donating fresh produce to local food pantries and their school lunch program. During the year, the chapter is providing four workshops for community members about the care of fruit trees and bushes.
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Alva FFA

Alva, OK, 73717 US
Alva FFA is confronting hunger head on by raising laying hens and broiler chickens for donation to their local food bank. The chapter is hosting two family oriented workshops on backyard/tub gardening and harvesting/canning. The chapter is also hosting an Agriculture Intro Day for 3rd-7th graders.
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Animas FFA

Animas, NM, 88020 US
The Animas FFA is raising and processing a pig, goat and lamb to be donated to help those in need in their county. With the issue of hunger growing in their community, the chapter wants to step up and do their part in fighting hunger. FFA members will also be conducting educational workshops on the issues of hunger.
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Arthur A. Richards Junior High FFA

Frederiksted, VI, 00840
The Arthur A. Richards Junior High FFA is maintaining a poultry farm to produce eggs and meat to help fight hunger, and to educate students and the wider community on how too provide food for themselves. Through this project students will learn the process of planning and implementing a project plan.
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Auburn FFA

Auburn, NE, 68305 US
Auburn FFA is combating hunger in their community by using Tower Garden technology to raise fresh produce. The chapter is donating the produce to students and families in need through their school’s backpack program. The chapter is also teaching students about growing their own produce.
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Auburn Mountainview FFA

Auburn, WA, US
Auburn Mountainview FFA is supporting their local food banks by growing fresh vegetables and fish. By producing these items the chapter plans to increase the amount of fresh food available in their community to families in need.
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AV Career Tech FFA

Ironton, MO, US
AV Career Tech FFA is fighting hunger in the communities it serves by maintaining an aquaponic system that provides fresh fish and salad greens to needy citizens in the community. In addition to providing food, the members are hosting community workshops on designing, building and operating aquaponic systems.
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Bald Eagle FFA

Wingate, PA, 16823 US
The Bald Eagle FFA is attempting to help knock out hunger in Central Pennsylvania by raising funds through three fundraisers; "Catered Affair,” “A Fresh is Better Showcase,” and a “Walk for Hunger” that support the local food pantry. In addition the chapter is providing snacks for students who have after school tutoring.
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Barrington Middle FFA

Lithia, FL, US
Barrington FFA is fighting hunger by using conventional and raised bed gardens and building chicken coops to provide fresh produce and eggs to a local food pantry. In addition they are holding workshops on gardening basics for the community to equip those in need with the knowledge to grow food in a garden.
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Benson FFA

Benson, MN, 56215 US
The Benson FFA Chapter is addressing hunger by raising fresh produce year around in their school; and local community partners to combat the hunger challenge. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting four workshops for the elementary, middle school and community members on how to raise healthy produce year around.
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Big Foot FFA

Walworth, WI, US
Big Foot FFA is combating hunger by providing crock-pots and portable raised beds to middle school students. Throughout the year the chapter is hosting three workshops teaching the students how to cook healthy meals in their crockpots using the produce they have grown in their raised beds.
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Cambridge FFA

Milton, GA, US
Through the Bears Giving Back program the Cambridge FFA is managing a hybrid aquaponics and vertical garden to provide fresh produce and protein to the North Fulton Community Charities Food Pantry. Bears Giving Back is also hosting informational workshops on aquaponics and sustainable agriculture to the community and younger generation.
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Caney FFA

Caney, KS, 67333 US
Caney FFA is addressing hunger by growing fresh produce on school grounds to donate to community members in need. The chapter hosts workshops for community members to learn how to grow a garden year round, along with a workshop for elementary students covering basic gardening skills.
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Carthage FFA

Carthage, NY, 13619 US
Carthage FFA is fighting hunger by raising and harvesting both produce and protein, developing community farmers and teaching cooking skills. Throughout the year FFA members are hosting four workshops teaching about local product recipes and gardening, as well as producing and donating produce and meat products.
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Cass City Jr. High FFA

Cass City, MI, 48726 US
Cass City Jr. High FFA is "Meat"ing the Need for Our Village by raising livestock and poultry to provide low-income families with high-quality sources of protein. FFA members are also creating a video with a professional chef showcasing how to cut up and prepare whole chickens.
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Cassia FFA

Burley, ID, US
Cassia FFA is partnering with a local food pantry by raising fish and lettuce to be donated to them. FFA members also facilitate workshops to teach food pantry patrons how to prepare healthy meals with fish and lettuce and effective container gardening.
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Cedar Shoals FFA

Athens, GA, US
Cedar Shoals FFA is instilling community values in its members by raising vegetables and preparing meals to be served to the homeless in a local shelter. The FFA member will also learn how to prepare meals for themselves and their families.
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Charlotte Amalie High School FFA

St. Thomas, United States Virgin islands, VI, 00802
The Charlotte Amalie High School Agriscience FFA Chapter is striving to reduce hunger by producing a variety of fruits and vegetables to be donated to needy citizens and organizations within the community. The project will sensitize the community to the degree of hunger and motivate people to plant vegetables of their own.
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Chilton County FFA

Clanton, AL, US
Chilton County High FFA is providing fresh vegetables to their community through their garden initiative. The chapter plants three acres of farmland in order to fulfill the FFA motto; learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.
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Cooper FFA

Union, KY, US
Cooper FFA is addressing hunger by installing raised bed gardens at their high school. Throughout the year the chapter donates produce to their local food pantry and provides produce backpacks to families in need. The chapter also hosts workshops for community members and elementary students.
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Coopersville FFA

coopersville, MI, 49404 US
The Coopersville FFA chapter is taking a 4-season approach to fighting food insecurity in their community. In the winter they are hosting a food drive, followed by a spring broiler growing campaign. During the summer they are operating a garden and donating the produce. Finally in the fall they are conducting educational harvest activities with student in their school.
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Cotter FFA

Gassville, AR, US
Cotter FFA is addressing hunger by planting a raised bed garden. The chapter donates produce grown to families enrolled in the school’s backpack program. The chapter also offers garden plots to local families to increase their produce harvest. The chapter will host four workshops for community members and elementary classrooms about hunger and the role of gardening can play in ending it.
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Countryside FFA

Benton Harbor, MI, US
Countryside FFA is addressing hunger by providing pork and lamb meat to a local emergency shelter. The chapter is also conducting a community dinner feeding 500+ local people, providing educational workshops to 600 school children on animal husbandry and providing educational brochures on the nutritional value of pork and lamb meat.
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Creekview FFA

Canton, GA, US
The Creekview FFA is addressing hunger in their community by raising laying hens, tilapia, and fresh fruits and vegetables to be donated to families and local food banks. In addition the chapter will hosts workshops for community members on how to grow their own food.
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Crestwood FFA

Sumter, SC, US
Crestwood FFA is continuing its crusade against hunger in 2016. The Crestwood FFA Chapter is not only continuing its existing raised bed garden project, but also expand to include additional beds to increase vegetable production and added an egg production component.
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Cuba FFA

Cuba, IL, 61427 US
The Cuba FFA is addressing hunger by raising laying hens to provide fresh eggs and baking bread and rolls to donate to the local food pantry. In addition the chapter is hosting an agriculture open house for all of Fulton County.
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Cuba-Rushford

Cuba, NY, 14727 US
The Cuba-Rushford FFA is making a positive difference in their community by donating one ton of vegetables and 2,000 ears of corn to the Cuba Cultural Center for distribution to families in need. In addition, 1,000 ears of corn and 80% of their hydroponic lettuce is being donated to their school.
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David Crockett FFA

Jonesborough, TN, US
The David Crockett FFA is providing twenty families with food by building a community food forest. Throughout the year the chapter is hosting nine workshops for kids and their families to teach them how to grow their own gardens at home.
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Denison FFA

Denison, TX, US
Denison FFA is addressing hunger by raising laying hens to provide fresh eggs to the local Kid's Pantry. The chapter is hosting two workshops; one workshop will teach participants how to prepare eggs with a focus on easy preparation methods for children, the second will focus on how to raise a flock of chickens.
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Doniphan FFA

Doniphan, MO, 63935 US
Doniphan FFA is addressing hunger by raising fresh garden vegetables and donating them to the local food pantry. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting four workshops of the FFA, 4H, parents and community members on square foot gardening, raised bed gardening and on healthy eating habits.
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Edgerton High School FFA

Edgerton, WI, 53534 US
Edgerton FFA is producing fresh produce at Silverwood Park through the creation of a community garden. The produce raised is being used in the school food program. FFA members are actively involved with the support and guidance of school staff and volunteers.
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Edisto FFA

Cordova, SC, 29039 US
The Edisto FFA Chapter plans to provide essential perishable foods by raising laying hens, goats, and tilapia. The Chapter is also maintaining raised bed gardens, and working a sustainable garden plot to provide fresh eggs, protein, produce and canned vegetables to hunger fighting organizations in our community.
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Elida FFA

Elida, NM, 88116 US
The Elida FFA Chapter is building garden beds and raising laying hens to provide both protein and produce for those in need. During the year the chapter is hosting four workshops to educate community members about ways that they can produce food in their own backyards.
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Essex FFA

Hathorne, MA, 01923 US
Essex FFA is addressing hunger by growing produce and distributed it to local food pantries. Throughout the year, the chapter hosts workshops for community members on successful vegetable production strategies and creative ways to prepare produce to enhance nutritional value.
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Fairfield Career & Technology Center FFA

Winnsboro, SC, 29180 US
Fairfield FFA Members are helping the community with hunger by planting raised-bed gardens with vegetables for needy community members. Throughout the year the chapter is hosting workshops to educate members on how to raise vegetables in a raised bed and how to prepare these vegetables for home use.
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Felicity-Franklin FFA

Felicity, OH, US
Felicity Franklin FFA is addressing hunger in their community by raising tilapia and lettuce with their aquaponics system. This year the chapter is hosting three workshops to teach community members and other FFA chapters how sustainable and affordable it can be to produce their own food using aquaponics.
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Firebaugh FFA

Firebaugh, CA, US
The Firebaugh FFA Chapter is working to help the community answer the age old question of what came first the chicken of the egg. The chapter is raising laying hens from chicks to donate the eggs produced to those in need in their local community.
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Florien FFA

Florien, LA, 71429 US
Florien FFA is combating hunger by teaching students to garden and prepare/preserve the vegetables that they harvest. The chapter is hosting a community wide workshop to teach raised bed gardening techniques. The chapter is also partnering with the school PALS program to teach weekly lessons to elementary and middle school students about gardening.
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Frank H Peterson Academies of Technology FFA

Jacksonville, FL, US
Frank H Peterson FFA is conquering hunger by raising hens to provide fresh eggs to give out to families in urban Jacksonville. The chapter hosts workshops for students and adults on raising backyard chickens and the importance of egg nutrition.
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Ft. White Sr. FFA

Ft. White, FL, 32038 US
Ft. White FFA is addressing food scarcity and hunger in the community through developing "cookie cutter" models and growing recipes. This program is designed to empower local community members to becoming more self-sustainable.
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Gallatin High School FFA

Gallatin, TN, US
Gallatin FFA is working with Union Elementary STEM School to raise laying hens and grow various vegetables to provide senior citizens and the Sumner County Food Bank with fresh eggs and vegetables. The chapter is hosting five workshops on starting a garden and how to raise laying hens.
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Garretson FFA

Garretson, SD, 57030 US
Garretson FFA is addressing hunger by producing vegetables that are donated to the Feeding South Dakota organization. Through the efforts of the FFA members, the chapter hopes to raise more than 25,000 lbs that will reach distribution points across the entire state and serve more than 40,000 individuals.
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Gifford Pinchot FFA

Dillsburg, PA, 17019 US
The Gifford Pinchot FFA is kicking off the S. Central PA FFA Harvest Crew, which will regionalize gleaning and food recovery efforts in a four county area. By collaborating with the leading gleaning/hunger relief agency, a great deal of food will be rescued, processed, and distributed while providing nutrition education to members in need.
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Gilbert FFA

Gilbert, IA, US
Gilbert FFA is addressing the hunger in its community by raising market hogs and donating the processed meat to a local food pantry. Throughout the year, the chapter will host educational programs, workshops, and site visits for chapter and community members to learn more about the hogs and community hunger.
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Glendale FFA

Glendale, OR, 97442 US
The Glendale FFA is conducting two workshops on how to grow summer crops to attain high yields. Those that attend the workshops will receive pony packs of those crops, to take home and plant for themselves. The produce that the chapter grows will go to the school to provide food for the community.
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GlenOak FFA

Canton, OH, US
The Glen Oak FFA chapter is implementing the “Always Growing Farm” program to produce fun, innovative, and attainable vegetables to all members in their community. Through this program their goal is that participants will gain knowledge about how to effectively grow produce.
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Greensburg FFA

Greensburg, IN, 47240 US
With "The Art & Science of Green Gardening", the Greensburg FFA Chapter is addressing local food insecurity through education and increased awareness. This gardening project will be cross-curricular, involving many outside community organizations in the production and donation of fresh produce. These partnerships will help make the project successful and help increase awareness of the issue in the community.
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Greenup County FFA

Greenup, KY, US
Greenup County FFA is addressing hunger by donating food from their school garden and orchard as well as raising poultry for protein. Throughout the year, chapter members conduct workshops for community members to learn how to home compost, grow mushrooms, use garden equipment, prune fruit trees, and raise broilers.
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Guymon FFA

Guymon, OK, 73942 US
Guymon FFA is working with the entire community to ensure that community members in the Oklahoma Panhandle learn how to grow, harvest, prepare and preserve fresh vegetables grown in containers at their homes. The chapter is hosting five workshops and meetings to help educate members of their community about healthy food choices.
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Halifax County High School FFA

South Boston, VA, US
The Halifax County High School FFA is continuing the fight against hunger by expanding its student organized community garden. The students are building a new accessible garden located within the Southern Virginia Botanical Gardens and Environmental Education Center. The chapter is working to raise and donate 600 lbs. of fresh fruits and vegetables
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Hamilton Middle School FFA

Jasper, FL, 32052 US
Hamilton Middle School FFA is approaching their community's needs by producing eggs, vegetables and a flock of pullets for donation. The chapter is not only donating food to those in need in their community, but also egg laying hens to community members to raise in at their homes.
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Hartford FFA

Hartford, WI, US
The Hartford FFA is working with several key school and community groups to combat hunger in their local community by creating a community garden, hosting two educational workshops and donating container garden kits to twenty-five local families. Students are present at the local farmer's market to distribute produce.
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Henley FFA

Klamath Falls, OR, US
Henley FFA is addressing hunger by raising laying hens to provide fresh eggs and broilers to provide locally raised meat to local needy agencies. They are also raising tomatoes for the salad bar for the school and various vegetable plants for the food bank throughout the year.
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Heppner FFA

Heppner, OR, 97836 US
The Heppner FFA Chapter will be providing educational opportunities for citizens of all ages to learn how to raise their own chickens for a great protein source in their diet. The chapter is raising laying hens and broilers to donate the protein sources to their local food bank.
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Hinsdale FFA Chapter

Hinsdale, MT, US
The Hinsdale FFA is addressing hunger by growing fresh food in their local community. With a goal of changing the food to change the future, by creating new healthy eating habits and educating community members through the facilitation of tours and workshops.
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Holmen FFA

Holmen, WI, US
The Holmen FFA is raising locally grown, pasture-based broilers to be utilized in their school by serving the chicken in their schools lunch program. By providing this source of protein, the chapter is helping increase the nutritional value of their school’s lunch program.
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Holston FFA

Damascus, VA, 24236 US
Holston FFA is addressing hunger by providing fresh produce that is grown by FFA members and is donated to their local food pantry. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting four workshops for community members on how to construct raised beds and on the importance of healthy eating habits.
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Homedale FFA

Homedale, ID, US
Homedale FFA is tackling hunger by providing fresh eggs and produce to local senior citizens, and teaching elementary students about plant care. They will also provide a demonstration of drip systems and use of row covers to community members.
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Indian River FFA

Philadelphia, NY, 13673 US
Indian River FFA is addressing hunger in their Northern New York town by providing fresh locally grown vegetables from a large scale to local families in need at their local food pantry. Their efforts will help student and community members gain a better understanding of how to effectively incorporate produce into a healthy lifestyle.
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Isabella FFA

Clanton, AL, US
Isabella FFA and three other chapters in their county are addressing hunger in the community by operating a 28 acre farm. The farm is run year round and includes vegetable production using plasticulture and large scale row crops. The chapter hosts community open houses and special needs students.
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Jasper FFA

Jasper, AR, 72641 US
Jasper FFA is addressing hunger in their community by partnering with local organizations in constructing a community garden. The garden will provide fresh produce to low-income families and the local food bank. The chapter will host community workshops that will allow members to educate local citizens on gardening.
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JATC South FFA

Riverton, UT, US
JATC South FFA is providing four workshops to help teach community members how to container garden and the value of having fresh produce. They are also teaching elementary school students how to plant a garden. Produce from that garden will go to Title I schools in the district.
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Johnson County Central FFA

Tecumseh, NE, 68450 US
Johnson County Central FFA is addressing local food insecurities by raising fruits and vegetables year round in aeroponic tower gardens. Students and Community members both young and old are learning about plant growth, eating healthy, and what it means to be sustainable through classroom experiences, open houses, and workshops.
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Kennewick FFA

Kennewick, WA, US
Kennewick FFA is working to educate their members about giving back to their community. To do this they are working with the Union Gospel Mission by serving meals and raising lambs and market hogs to donate to their goals in assisting the homeless.
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Kirk Middle FFA

Newark, DE, US
Kirk Middle FFA is combating hunger by teaching elementary students to grow healthy foods and running food drives to benefit area food banks and shelters. Throughout the year, the chapter donates food items and develops materials to promote awareness of food insecurity in our state and community.
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Lapeer County FFA

Attica, MI, 48412 US
Lapeer County FFA is addressing hunger in Lapeer County by raising pigs, sheep, beef, and chickens to donate the meat produced to Stone Soup Food Pantry. Project Raising HOPE not only provides food to community families but also education and training to FFA members and disabled students.
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LaRue County High School FFA

Hodgenville, KY, 42748 US
The LaRue County High School FFA chapter is working to end hunger in a cost efficient way. The chapter is providing members of their community with Bucket Blessings, a ready to use planter, to grow their own food. In addition, the chapter is conducting workshops on how to properly can food so the produce grown and be preserved for later use.
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Lawrence County FFA

Moulton, AL, 35650 US
The members of the Lawrence County FFA Chapter are addressing hunger through three unique approaches; raised bed gardens, egg production, and indoor aquaculture. The products of these methods arel being donated to their local food pantry. Throughout the year, workshops are held for K-12 students on raising poultry, and planting fall and spring crops.
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Ledyard Regional FFA

Ledyard, CT, US
Ledyard Regional FFA is addressing hunger by raising laying hens, two pigs and ten turkeys to provide fresh eggs, pork and turkey to the local food pantry. Throughout the year, the chapter hosts workshops for community members on how to raise poultry and how to properly prepare meat.
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Linn-Mar FFA

Marion, IA, US
Linn-Mar FFA is initiating a sustainable hunger program by growing indoor and outdoor gardens. FFA members work with school officials and culinary arts students to address food insecurity among its student population. They also sponsor educational sessions on how to harvest, cook, and can vegetables.
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Lone Jack FFA

Lone Jack, MO, US
Lone Jack FFA is battling hunger in their community by operating an aquaponics system in which produce and fish are used in the local backpack program and by the school cafeteria. Through this approach, the chapter can provide healthy food to those in need in their community.
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Louisiana FFA

Louisiana, MO, US
The Louisiana FFA Chapter is addressing hunger by providing a community garden. The garden management is set up using a CSA format where sustainability after year one will come from the community members who utilize the fresh vegetables. This format will allow the garden to continue for many years to come.
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Lyon County FFA

Eddyville, KY, US
Lyon County FFA is working make a difference in their community by producing and providing fresh vegetables to their local food bank. The chapter is also conducting workshops for members of their community on how they can grow their own produce.
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Madison County FFA

Danielsville, GA, 30633 US
Madison County High FFA is addressing hunger by building raised beds and growing fresh produce to donate to their community food bank. The chapter will establish raised bed gardening education programs at their high school and elementary school.
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Manning FFA

Manning, SC, 29102 US
The Manning High School Chapter of the FFA is constructing fifteen raised bed gardens to provide fresh vegetables to the community. The chapter is also hosting six workshops about gardening, to targeting the community. With their raise bed gardens they are working to help decrease hunger in their community.
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Maplesville FFA

Maplesville, AL, US
The Maplesville FFA is working with three other FFA chapters in Chilton County to develop a county school farm. This farm grows produce for those in need while students providing educational workshops for school children and senior citizens. These workshops will enable community members to grow produce on their own.
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Marion/Florence FFA

Marion, KS, 66861 US
The Marion/Florence FFA chapter is addressing hunger in their community by establishing a community garden. The chapter is working to educate local elementary students about gardening and is donating produce from the garden to the local food bank.
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Marmaton Valley FFA

Moran, KS, 66755 US
Marmaton Valley is addressing hunger in their community by starting a community garden. Community members can rent a plot to grow their own food. Produce from the FFA chapter’s plot is being donated to the school cafeteria and a local hunger program. The chapter hosts workshops on how to plant, care, and fertilize plants.
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Mason FFA

Okemah, OK, 74859 US
Mason FFA is addressing hunger by planting vegetables in raised garden beds for local families in need. The chapter is hosting four informational sessions on how to grow and maintain a garden for the families in need.
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Mauston FFA

Mauston, WI, US
The Mauston FFA chapter is fighting community hunger by teaching the local schools and community about container gardening and healthy eating habits. With support from various community partners the FFA members and community are using greenhouses and community gardens to donate fresh produce to the hungry.
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Meadow Heights FFA

Patton, MO, US
Meadow Heights FFA is addressing hunger by growing a community garden to provide education for the community on how to grow plants and donate fresh produce to our local food pantry. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting three workshops for community members on how to grow a garden.
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Mexico FFA

Mexico, MO, 65265 US
Mexico FFA is addressing hunger by conducting two programs about container gardens. Participants receive training about growing and maintaining container gardens as well as leave the programs with a container garden and the supplies to implement what they have learned. FFA members will provide assistance throughout the year.
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Mineral County FFA

Keyser, WV, US
Mineral County FFA members fight hunger by providing an awareness of food insecurity to middle, high school and community groups. FFA members learn to grow, produce, process and donate items produced as a chapter. The chapter is producing meats, fresh fruits/vegetables and eggs for donation to needy community members and senior citizens groups.
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Missoula FFA

Missoula, MT, US
The Missoula FFA is 'Putting the Squeal on Hunger' in their community by serving pulled pork sandwiches and sharing healthy pork recipes. Along with the free pork sandwich day, Over 300 pounds of pork is being donated to local food banks for families in need.
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Montague FFA

Montague, MI, US
Montague FFA is teaching community members to obtain their own food through the Nature & Nurture Healthy Lifestyles Initiative. The three part program focuses on providing vegetables and protein year round through aquaponics, community gardens and food from nature. Hands on workshops, free fishing days, and cooking classes are included.
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Monument Valley High School FFA

Monument Valley, UT, US
Monument Valley FFA is addressing hunger by developing a community demonstration garden that is donating produce to local families in need. Throughout the year the chapter is hosting four workshops that provide information and networking with other organizations to help families establish their own gardens.
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Mt. Everett FFA

Sheffield, MA, US
Mt. Everett FFA is infusing the school cafeteria with fresh produce grown on campus along with pastured broiler chickens and eggs. Throughout the year, the chapter raises one hundred broiler chickens, care for two dozen laying hens, and grows over a hundred pounds of vegetables to be donated to their school cafeteria.
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Naylor FFA

Naylor, MO, US
The Naylor FFA is helping fight community hunger by raising vegetables in a community garden. Throughout the year FFA members are hosting workshop in the school and community on how to start a personal garden and alternative gardening methods
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Neelyville R-IV FFA

Neelyville, MO, 63954 US
Neelyville FFA is addressing local hunger by raising laying hens and garden vegetables for the Neelyville food pantry. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting two workshops for community members on how to raise laying hens and how to grow a garden.
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Nevada FFA

Nevada, IA, 50201 US
Nevada FFA is addressing hunger by expanding the chapter garden and starting student and community gardens. In addition, the chapter provides gardening workshops and land for students and community members to garden on. The chapter garden produce is being donated to community cupboard and school lunch program.
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Newaygo County Career-Tech Center FFA

Fremont, MI, US
The Newaygo County Career-Tech Center FFA is working through their Fresh Food for All Program, where students raise fruits, vegetables and meat to donate to the local food pantries. In addition, FFA members are working to educate food insecure families on how to grow and utilize their own produce.
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North Huron FFA

Kinde, MI, US
North Huron FFA is fighting hunger by growing and donating fresh produce and protein to their local food pantry and community. Secondary and elementary students are working together to grow and donate over 500 starter vegetables to community members. This is done while teaching others how to grow fresh food.
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Northern Burlington FFA

Columbus, NJ, US
Northern Burlington FFA is developing a community garden with raised beds and plots complete with irrigation for seniors and families with children in the local community. The goal of the garden to is create a space to grow produce and have access to locally grown fresh produce to improve their diets and lead healthy lifestyles.
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NorthWood FFA

Nappanee, IN, 46550 US
NorthWood FFA is fighting hunger in their county by growing fresh produce for the Elkhart County Food Pantry through Seed to Feed. The chapter hosts workshops to educate students and adults on how to plant, care for, and harvest produce and clean, prepare, and preserve fresh produce.
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Oakland FFA

Oakland, IL, 61943 US
Even small rural communities have hungry families. Oakland FFA realizes this and is improving the nutrition of their community through their apple groves. The chapter is expanding their groves to donate the fruit to those in need in their community.
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Odessa FFA

Odessa, WA, 99159 US
Odessa FFA is learning to give back to their community by addressing hunger in two ways. The first is by building a school garden and teaching the elementary school students about gardening. The second is to promote "Plant a Row for the Hungry". A program within the Odessa community that encourages community members to plant produce to be donated to the Odessa Food Bank.
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Orange FFA

Orange, CA, US
Grow UP Orange is Orange FFA's vertical gardening project. The goal of the project is to teach their community how to build and maintain vertical gardens to put fresh vegetables on the table. The chapter is creating models of vertical gardens that are inexpensive and easy to build. These are being used as a part of their community workshops, geared to provide the information necessary to make growing a vertical garden a success.
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Oskaloosa FFA

Oskaloosa, IA, US
The Oskaloosa FFA is taking on hunger in their community by growing and providing fresh produce to those who cannot regularly afford it. During the school year the chapter hosts workshops for community members on how to grow a garden.
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Palmetto FFA

Palmetto, FL, US
Palmetto High FFA is fighting food insecurities and teaching locals the importance of agriculture, proper nutrition through a series of educational workshops. With a focus on hunger exists in every community, the chapter is working to increase awareness and spark action with community members of all ages.
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Park FFA

Livingston, MT, 59047 US
Park FFA is addressing food insecurity by constructing raised beds where produce will be grown for supplementing school meals, summer lunch programs, and the local food pantry. The chapter is encouraging healthy eating habits by showcasing a school-grown vegetable each month and offering taste tests to students.
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Pendleton FFA

Pendleton, OR, 97801 US
Pendleton FFA is addressing hunger by planting a community garden and raising laying hens to provide fresh food for the local food pantry, soup kitchen, and community families. Throughout the year the Pendleton FFA Chapter is hosting various workshops for community members on how to garden and raise hens.
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Penn Tech FFA

Pennsauken, NJ, US
Penn Tech FFA is addressing hunger by raising vegetables and herbs to enhance the quality and quantity of fresh food served in the school lunch program, and for distribution to visitors at The Children's Garden in Camden, NJ. Students are also teaching others about container gardening
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Perryville FFA

Perryville, MO, 63775 US
Perryville FFA is raising awareness and fighting hunger in their community by raising two hogs and forty pullets to donate pork and eggs to local food banks. The chapter also conducts educational workshops for elementary kids and community members about the issue of hunger.
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Petaluma FFA

Petaluma, CA, US
The Petaluma FFA is addressing the problem of underfed students in their school community by building raised gardens to grow vegetables for distribution to families in need. The chapter is working to provide a greater variety of healthy food choices in the school setting.
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Pierz FFA

Pierz, MN, 56364 US
Pierz FFA is addressing hunger by increasing our growing days through the use of raised gardens and solar power, both active and passive, at their school garden site. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting four workshops for community members and two more during the school year about their efforts.
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Pine Grove FFA

Ripley, MS, 38663 US
The Pine Grove FFA is working to grow and donate produce through a school garden. Their goal is to provide fresh food for the school and the local food pantry while working to educate children and community residents about gardening, the importance of fresh vegetables and their impact on the environment.
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Pioneer FFA

Yorkshire, NY, US
Pioneer FFA is combating hunger by planting winter squash in raised bed gardens, raising broilers, laying hens, and turkeys for meat and egg donations and providing educational workshops for elementary students. The project is being showcased at four community events and educational newsletters are being made available to community adults.
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Pipestone Area FFA

Pipestone, MN, 56164 US
The Pipestone FFA chapter is addressing hunger by growing vegetables in a 3.5-acre garden for donation and teaching students how to grow their own gardens. Throughout the year, the chapter includes all middle school students, FFA members, and the community to help accomplish this goal.
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Plevna FFA

Plevna, MT, 59344 US
The Plevna FFA chapter is maintaining raised bed gardens for the students K12 to have a place to grow their own food and eat it at school. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting 3 workshops for teachers and students to learn how to garden produce.
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Poudre High School FFA

Fort Collins, CO, US
Poudre FFA adds fresh produce to plates of community families and neighbors in northwest Fort Collins, Colorado, with the Poudre Pathways Past Hunger project. The chapter operates container gardens and mentors gardeners who work in three existing community gardens. Through this mentorship they work to increase the gardens’ efficiency and teach families how to cook from their gardens.
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Prattsburgh FFA

Prattsburgh, NY, 14873 US
Prattsburgh FFA is addressing hunger by growing turkey and raising laying hens to provide fresh eggs to their local food bank and a Thanksgiving meal for those in need. In addition, students are also increasing awareness of proper poultry care and nutritional value of eggs and poultry.
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Quapaw FFA

Quapaw, OK, 74363 US
The Quapaw FFA is working to fight hunger through their “Growing Our Community” program. The project that will help their community flourish by providing fresh food to those in need and provide educational opportunities for the community. The chapter will be providing fresh produce, eggs, and honey to local families.
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Raton FFA

raton, NM, 87740 US
Raton FFA id addressing hunger and food production by raising cows to produce fresh ground beef to their local school lunch program. Throughout the year the chapter is hosting two open houses that will allow members to demonstrate how local farm to table networks can work.
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Rehobeth FFA

Taylor, AL, US
The Rehobeth FFA is fighting hunger by growing produce on their school farm and supplying local shelters with fresh vegetables. The chapter is hosting workshops and working with elementary and middle school students to continue to raise awareness about the issue of hunger.
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Ridgedale FFA

Morral, OH, 43337 US
The Ridgedale FFA members are dedicated to fighting hungry with Food for All 2016: We can make a difference. They are working with community partners to educate youth in their community about how to build, construct and assemble raised gardens/raising broilers to become self-sufficient for their future.
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Robert E Aylor Middle FFA

Stephens City, VA, US
Aylor Middle School FFA is addressing hunger in their local community by constructing ten raised beds to be given away for educational use by selected day care, assisted living, and individual families. The objective of this project is to bring people closer to their food and how it grows.
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Rockford Middle FFA

Rockford, MN, US
Rockford Middle FFA is addressing hunger by donating fresh produce through a backyard surplus apple harvest program and a well-kept school/community garden. In the spring and summer, FFA members are hosting 4 workshops on the use of gravity-fed irrigation, raised bed vs straw gardens and apple production.
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Roland-Story FFA

Story City, IA, US
The Roland-Story FFA Chapter maintains a community garden in which 100% of produce grown is given to their local food pantry. In the past two seasons, their 6,000 square foot garden has provided an excess of 8,000 pounds of fresh produce.
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Salmon FFA

Salmon, ID, 83467 US
Salmon FFA is addressing hunger by creating a composting and vermiculture area that augments food production and education. Five educational workshops are being presented in order to raise awareness of food security and how composting can assist in creating a more viable food source.
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Sharon Springs FFA

SHARON SPRINGS, NY, 13459 US
Sharon Springs FFA is fighting hunger by expanding its garden project, conducting four workshops for elementary students on healthy snacks/nutrition and hosting two community workshops for families on gardening and food preservation. Through these efforts the chapter hopes to squash hunger in their community.
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Shelby County FFA

Columbiana, AL, 35051 US
The Shelby County FFA is growing vegetables hydroponically and in raised beds. This produce is being donated to those in need in the local community, school, and senior citizen center. The majority of produce is being distributed through their local food pantry, allowing them to provide fresh vegetables to those in need.
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Shullsburg FFA

Shullsburg, WI, 53586 US
The Shullsburg FFA is addressing hunger with Backyard Barnyards by teaching members about poultry production and gardening without taking up a lot of space. The chapter will teach about nutrition and gardening through this project. They hope to provide information and resources that enable community members to have their own backyard barns and gardens.
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South Rowan FFA

China Grove, NC, US
South Rowan FFA is addressing hunger by growing a garden to provide fresh produce, raising laying hens to provide fresh eggs, and harvesting broilers to provide meat to two local organizations: Main Street Mission and Unity Mobile Meals. Through these avenues the chapter hopes to help alleviate hunger in their community.
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South Stokes FFA

Walnut Cove, NC, 27052 US
The South Stokes FFA chapter is mentoring students within their school and feeder schools to build and maintain community gardens where the produce harvested will be distributed across their community. Their chapter will also provide educational experiences that will enhance the lives of students and promote healthy eating.
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Southern Vance FFA

Henderson, NC, US
The Southern Vance FFA is addressing hunger by raising a vegetable garden to supplement school and needy families. Throughout the year, the chapter is hosting two workshops on raised bed gardening and canning fresh produce. FFA members are also creating and distributing 50 cookbooks.
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Southwestern FFA

Shelbyville, IN, 46176 US
Southwestern FFA is battling hunger and food insecurity in their school district by supplying laying hens to members and food pantry partners. Farm fresh eggs are stocked in the school’s Spartan Cupboard as well as pork produced by FFA members. Production workshops and cooking demonstrations help ensure success of the project.
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Southwestern Randolph Middle School FFA

Asheboro, NC, US
The Southwestern Randolph Middle School FFA chapter is addressing hunger by raising chickens at the school to provide eggs to families in need. Educational materials about chickens and eggs will be given to the families, to help them maximize the nutritional values of the product.
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Spearman FFA

Spearman, TX, 79081 US
Spearman FFA is fighting hunger and the lack of healthy lifestyles by providing vegetables and fresh eggs to the community. The chapter is also working to educate community members on the basics of managing a vegetable garden, as well as laying hens; and how it could positively impacts their health.
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St. Amant FFA

St. Amant, LA, 70774 US
St. Amant FFA is fighting hunger by donating fresh produce and eggs to local families in need. The chapter is also helping families grow their own gardens and laying hens to be self-sustainable. This provides both immediate and long-term support for local families in need.
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Streator FFA

Streator, IL, 61364 US
Streator FFA Chapter is battling hunger by educating high school youth how to grow, care, and harvest their own food. The chapter is growing produce donating that food to their local food pantries and students in need. The chapter will hosts informational workshops on growing, caring and raising vegetables for home use.
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Timber Creek FFA

ORLANDO, FL, US
Timber Creek FFA is addressing hunger by beginning partnerships in agricultural education with community partners to transform the benefit of education to feeding the hungry in central Florida. The chapter is working through these partnerships to equip community members with the needed knowledge to produce their own food.
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Tulare FFA

Tulare, CA, 93274 US
Tulare FFA is addressing food security and local hunger by growing five acres of sweet corn and providing it to local banks. They also host Harvesting Hope events as well as farm tours where the local community is educated on current agricultural issues.
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Twin Bridges FFA

Twin Bridges, MT, 59754 US
Twin Bridges FFA is fighting hunger by developing their school farm into a sustainable community garden opportunity throughout the summer months. Members provide the school with fresh produce as well as teach workshops in sustainable agricultural practices in order to help feed the community’s needs.
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Unity FFA

Balsam Lake, WI, US
The Unity FFA has been empowering youth through sustaining their CommUNITY Gardens. The chapter is doing this by organizing food insecurity workshops on Farm to School, mentoring summer school gardening classes, hosting a Shanty Town experience and by sustaining their raised vegetable beds.
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Urbana FFA

Ijamsville, MD, 21754 US
The Urbana FFA chapter is excited about this year’s project of educating others on the hunger problem facing their community. The chapter is focusing its efforts on providing food for those in need, while offering educational materials about the resources available.
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Valley View FFA

Jonesboro, AR, US
Valley View Public School FFA is combating hunger by creating a community garden with free and unlimited access to a variety of crops grown throughout the year. The chapter hosts two field days for the community and continuously provides education relating to healthy eating.
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Verdugo Hills FFA

TUJUNGA, CA, 91042 US
Verdugo Hills FFA is addressing hunger by providing hydroponic organic lettuce, eggs and donated produce from Vons to the Tujunga Food Bank. The chapter provides educational outreach seminars on hydroponic growth systems and sustainable agriculture targeting students, teachers and community members.
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Vista FFA

Vista, CA, US
The Vista FFA is working to fight hunger by growing pasture-raised poultry and processing them into consumer friendly products such as preserves, sausages and jerky. These efforts are teaching students how to preserve and enjoy their harvests, reducing waste and increasing food availability.
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WaKeeney FFA

WaKeeney, KS, 67672 US
WaKeeney FFA is addressing hunger by building raised beds for the community to use. Throughout the year the chapter hosts workshops on raised bed gardening for the community, serve as mentors for interested individuals and provide lessens elementary school students on gardening practices.
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Wakefield FFA

Raleigh, NC, US
Wakefield High School unites with Wakefield Elementary School to fight hunger through the cultivation of a vegetable garden. Students grow and harvest produce that is then distributed via the Backpack Buddies program at WES. All students learn about food cultivation, science, nutrition and safety.
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Webberville FFA

Webberville, MI, US
Webberville FFA is fighting local food scarcity issues through their gardening project: Growing seeds of HOPE (Helping Other People Eat). The chapter is raising plants in their greenhouse for raised bed gardens and planting potatoes for area food banks. They are hosting three workshops about food scarcity and container gardening.
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West Central FFA

Hartford, SD, 57033 US
The West Central FFA is working collaboratively with community partners to grow and distribute free vegetable plants to school district patrons. Gardening workshops are being hosted that will help patrons to more successfully raise produce for their family and provide excess vegetables that for them to donate to local food pantries.
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West Rowan FFA

Mt. Ulla, NC, 28125 US
The West Rowan FFA Chapter is addressing hunger by producing locally grown hydroponic lettuce to be donated to the local food bank. In addition, the FFA Chapter is providing educational opportunities through 4 workshops hosted at their school greenhouse.
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West-Oak FFA

Westminster, SC, 29693 US
The West-Oak FFA Chapter is developing a community that is knowledgeable and appreciative of agriculture and instilling skills in leadership and agriculture in future generations. Mission: F.O.O.D. is a community garden and outreach program supplying healthy, local produce to students, and community members in need.
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Westwood FFA

Sloan, IA, 51055 US
Westwood FFA is "Solving Hunger with the ABCs". Members raise hogs, chickens and process apples as part of the project. They are conducting/attending events to inform local residents about the importance of supporting their community food banks and what can be done to help stop hunger.
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Wilder FFA

Wilder, ID, 83676 US
Wilder FFA is addressing hunger needs in their community by donating fresh produce to the local food bank. The chapter is growing the produce for donation, helping FFA members gain skills that they can use to produce their own vegetables at home.
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Yelm FFA

Yelm, WA, US
The Yelm FFA is raising produce in their eighteen raised bed garden and encouraging community members to plant an extra row in their gardens by providing them seeds at the chapter’s 5k run, the Hop for Hunger. 6th graders in the school district are participating in a program recognizing world food crops and hunger initiatives.
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Zane Trace FFA

Chillicothe, OH, 45601 US
The Zane Trace FFA is fighting hunger in Ross County by donating eggs, produce and meat to a local food pantry and hosting two lessons for elementary students over healthy eating and growing vegetables. Through these programs the chapter is working to take a bite out of hunger!
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2016 FFA:Food For All Grantees

The National FFA Organization is pleased to announce the 149 chapters granted funds to help fight hunger. FFA: Food For All grants are provided through funding from Donaldson Foundation, Elanco, Land O'Lakes, Nationwide Foundation, Nutra Blend, Sealed Air, Tractor Supply Company and Tyson as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. For more information please visit the website www.FFA.org/FoodForAll.

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