Cal Poly FFA State Finals

The 76th annual State FFA Finals were held at Cal Poly on May 2, 2015.  Hosting the FFA State Finals at Cal Poly has been a tradition for decades. This year, California FFA members competed in 21 Career Development Events for the title of State Champions. Students arrived ready to compete after months of learning, practicing and preparing with the guidance of their agriculture advisers and coaches.

As always, the day concluded with thousands of blue jackets piled in the Cal Poly gymnasium anxiously awaiting recognition for their hard work and dedication towards competing in the 2015 California State FFA Finals. Congratulations to all of the winners and all of the chapters on their achievement!

Make sure to check out an upcoming article on the history of Cal Poly FFA State Finals in the next issue of Ag Circle magazine, available to readers in early June!

Meet the State Champions:

Ag Issues Team

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Agronomy, Tulelake FFA
Best Informed Greenhand, Madera South FFA
Floriculture, Madera South FFA
Light Horse, Woodland Pioneer FFA
Nursery Landscape, Madera South FFA

About Brock Center for Agricultural Communication

The Brock Center for Agricultural Communication has aggressively pursued the following goals to heighten public awareness and understanding of agricultural issues: *Locate and attract prospective undergraduate students who demonstrate aptitude for communication and have an abiding concern for agriculture. *Assist the university's Colleges of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and Liberal Arts in preparing these students to be effective professional communicators, through learn-by-doing opportunities. *Serve as a resource and vehicle for the continuing education of those in a position to promote the understanding of agriculture. *Promote the professional development of university faculty through teaching, research and service to agriculture communication. *Develop and maintain a website as a resource of information on agricultural issues to serve students, faculty, media professionals, agriculturists and the public.
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