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2014 4-H Congress Officers Elected

Since its beginning in 1948, Congress has given more than 33,900 4-H’ers and volunteer leaders firsthand experience in state government. In addition to experiencing life in the state capital, 4-H members learn about civic engagement, including state government, service to others and the election process.

2014-2015 FFA State Officers Elected

The 86th State FFA Convention was recently held in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The two-and-a-half day convention was full of Career Development Events, leadership seminars, inspirational keynote addresses and recognition of student's accomplishments. At the last session, a new slate of state FFA officers were elected to serve the Tennessee FFA Association over the next year.

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Ag Day on the Hill a Success

Tennessee lawmakers celebrated Ag Day on the Hill March 25 at Legislative Plaza in Nashville. Gov. Bill Haslam proclaimed it “Agriculture Day” in Tennessee as part of the annual national observance to recognize the important contributions of farmers and forestland owners to the state and nation. 

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Farm Bureau Programs

The Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation has four key initiatives: Young Farmers & Ranchers, Farm Bureau Women, Agriculture in the Classroom and Tennessee Farm Fresh. We invite you to learn more about each of these programs.

Farm Bureau Women promote agriculture, increase agricultural literacy, contribute to priority issues, and participate in leadership development opportunities.

YF&R promotes leadership skills for farmers ages 18-35. Members share a common bond for the  agricultural lifestyle, are interested in leadership development, and are dedicated to solving problems facing agriculture.

The Agriculture in the Classroom program encourages teaching about agriculture and its role in our society and economy. We offer resources and assistance to Tennessee's educators in the instruction of ag-related concepts in the classroom.

Find a farmer through the Tennessee Farm Fresh program, a specialized program in cooperation with the Tennessee Farm Bureau and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture that helps the local producer market their farm fresh products.