50 Ways to Recruit and Increase Involvement in FFA/4-H/Grange
So God Made a Farmer's Kid
When someone hangs the corduroy jacket up, someone else is going to have to step up and keep the tradition alive someone is going to have to step up and keep the tradition alive. Recruitment is a wonderful way to increase membership.
Once they become members of your chapter/club, many face another challenge. Involvement.
Below are 50 ways to recruit new members and get more involvement from current members.
Growing Up Showing Livestock
But, there is still a part of the farm family that hasn’t gotten the credit they deserve. A farmer’s kids. These youth are a rarity in today’s world. In my opinion, one of earth’s true hidden gems.
The Man Who Influenced Hundreds
I grew up showing livestock. From the age 8 to 18, you could find me working late nights and early mornings in the barn, and on the road on weekends traveling to various livestock shows. My community watched me grow up showing livestock. "I remember when you were 8 years old, I watched you show pigs at the Delaware County Fairgrounds."
10 Things I've Learned Working With FFA, 4-H, and Grange Members
On July 15th 2016 a very influential passed away. Mr. Bryan Lusk from the Sugar- Salem FFA chapter in Sugar City Idaho taught Agriculture education for many years. As I started to prepare and think of things I should do for Teach AG day I started to think about Mr. Lusk who inspired me to be the AGvocate I am today
Life Lessons Learned at a Stock Show
These kids are well-rounded. Many of the members are in multiple clubs and organizations. I have seen kids go straight from a basketball game to a livestock show.
Being Raised in a Barn is a Good Thing
Stock shows are never won in the arena, they are won the months before the show preparing
You will make a ton of memories in a barn. Whether it's watching your goat give birth, to spending time with friends, being in a barn will cure your boredom and help you make those long lasting memories.