Agriculture Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) programs are designed to prepare students for career opportunities in one of six content pathways of the AFNR industry. AFNR programs are delivered through a three-component design that provides every student:

  • Classroom / laboratory instruction (contextual learning)
  • Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs (work-based learning)
  • Personal development through the National FFA Organization

Content Pathways:

  • Animal Science
  • Business
  • Food Science
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Science
  • Plant Science
  • Power, Structure, and Technical Systems

Student Organization: Future Farmers of America (FFA)

FFA is for youth from 14 - 22 years of age enrolled in agriculture education. The largest student youth organization in America, FFA is both intracurricular and an integral part of the complete CTE agricultural education program.