September 2 – LUMBERTON – Living $ 3,000 for glove service The Lamberton Chapter has been awarded to future American farmers.
The national program provides financial support to local FFA chapters to support annual service education projects that meet community-related needs; Environmental responsibility; Hunger, health and nutrition; And community involvement.
According to Jada Jackson, FF consultant at Lumberton High School, Lumberton Chapter applied for the grant on June 15 and received funding on Monday.
The Lumberton FAA plans to provide an environment that is inclusive and equitable for all students by providing an indoor learning laboratory environment for sensory development and implantation.
FFA members at Lombarton High School in Agriculture work with a special kindergarten student to facilitate the use of the garden.
The Horticulture Department will begin the project in the fall and will collaborate with the Department of Agricultural Mechanics and Agricultural Applications during the semester to develop, build and develop the characteristics of the garden and its senses. Spring gardeners install seasonal plants, continue garden maintenance, and teach special students these skills.
The purpose of the project is to provide a safe, outdoor learning environment for AC class students to explore and develop their sensory abilities in collaboration with the five senses that attract plants.
According to Jackson, students are looking forward to completing the project.
The nationwide aid program has provided more than $ 284,000 for FFA chapters in 36 states and the US Virgin Islands. 2021-2022 Lifetime Aid to Serve is sponsored by Tractor Supply Company, Cargil, Kobank, Domino and Elanco. For more information and a complete list of sponsors, visit FFA.org/livingtoserve.
Future American Farmers is a school-based national youth leadership organization with more than 760,000 student members in all 50 states and 8,700 local FFA chapters in Puerto Rico.