Illinois Farm Bureau In Action
With 'pushing' from teachers, parents, Nelson recalls being heavily involved in FFA, which continues to yield benefits.Read More
Former IFB president traces leadership roots to FFA days
Philip Nelson served as Illinois FFA Secretary-Treasurer from 1976-77. (Photo courtesy of Katie Burns, Illinois Association FFA)
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Former IFB president traces leadership roots to FFA daysview article
With 'pushing' from teachers, parents, Nelson recalls being heavily involved in FFA, which continues to yield benefits.
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Ag industry employees must be trained at least once every three years; classes begin Tuesday.
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Illinois FFA celebrates current, past membersview article
Communications specialist encourages all alumni to post their FFA experiences on social media to commemorate National FFA Week.
New IFB District 11 director calls it a privilege and honor to serveview article
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