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Provide students with an opportunity to use the scientific process;
Provide students an opportunity to achieve recognition for accomplishments in agriscience;
Reinforce skills learned in agriscience courses;
Provide opportunities for students to display projects that are products of their agriscience courses.

  1. This event is open to students in grades 6-12 who are agricultural education students, and are paid members of a chartered FFA chapter. Each student’s name must appear on the chapter’s FFA roster at least 10 days prior to competition above the chapter level. In team entries, both students shall be members of the chapter registering the project.
  2. All written reports must be submitted to each the Agriculture Education Region office in your area by state deadline (set annually & posted on Region calendar) for Pre-Screening.
  3. All successive year projects must submit an Extension form and abstract for each prior year’s work as part of written material submitted by state deadline.
  4. A maximum of 15 applicants in each category and division, as determined by a screening panel, will be certified to interview with judges at the state Agriscience Fair.
  5. Division 1 is open to individual members in grades 6-7-8. 
  6. Division 2 is open to teams of two members in grades 6-7-8. 
  7. Division 3 is open to individual members in grades 9 and 10. 
  8. Division 4 is open to teams of two members in grades 9 and 10.
  9. Division 5 is open to individual members in grades 11 and 12. 
  10. Division 6 is open to teams of two members in grades 11 and 12.
  11. Student grade level is the grade that the student is in when participating at the state level.
  12. Chapters can have up to 36 entries, one in each of the 6 divisions of each of the 6 categories. For example: A chapter may have an entry in Animal Systems in Division 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6; but may not have more than one entry in a division. Students must be FFA members.

All written reports & applications (with all signatures) are due in Region office by deadline on Region & State Calendars.  All applications must be completed on in the AET application manager.

  National FFA  
National FFA Agriscience Handbook 17-21
National FFA Written Report Templates & Directions can be found on the National FFA Agriscience Fair Resource page. 
National FFA Agriscience Fair Resources

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