Sat, Oct 25, 2014
1928 - The Future Farmers of America was established in Kansas City, Missouri. 1930 - Official FFA Creed was adopted. 1944 - The National FFA Foundation Inc. was founded. 1945 - The Cambridge FFA Chapter was chartered. 1950 - "Public Law 740" gave the FFA a federal charter. 1952 - "The National Future Farmer" magazine was first published. 1959 - National FFA Center established in Alexandria, Virginia. 1965 - New Farmers of America (NFA) and FFA were merged. 1969 - Women were allowed into the FFA. 1971 - The National FFA Alumni Association was established. 1988 - The official name of the FFA changed from "Future Farmers of America" to "The National FFA Organization." 1989 - "The National Future Farmers" magazine's name changed to "FFA New Horizons." 1998 - The National FFA center moved to Indianapolis, Indiana. 1999 - The National Convention moved to Louisville, Kentucky. 2006 - The National Convention moved to Indianapolis, Indiana.