Hillsboro FFA does SAE projects


Each year, in addition to classroom learning and participation in FFA activities, Hillsboro FFA members complete a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) project as one of the three components of agriculture education. Through the projects students are able to learn through hands-on experiences in the field of agriculture. Members are able to complete a variety of SAE projects including ownership/entrepreneurship of an agricultural business, job placement in an agricultural-based business, research through experimentation, or exploration of a career in agriculture. During the summer months, Hillsboro FFA members are visited by a chapter adviser to assess progress and completion of their SAE project. Sophomore Gabe Adkins (pictured) completed a gardening project this year. Adkins works to prepare, maintain and gather produce as it is ready. This year his garden includes tomatoes, green beans and cucumbers.


Each year, in addition to classroom learning and participation in FFA activities, Hillsboro FFA members complete a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) project as one of the three components of agriculture education. Through the projects students are able to learn through hands-on experiences in the field of agriculture. Members are able to complete a variety of SAE projects including ownership/entrepreneurship of an agricultural business, job placement in an agricultural-based business, research through experimentation, or exploration of a career in agriculture. During the summer months, Hillsboro FFA members are visited by a chapter adviser to assess progress and completion of their SAE project. Sophomore Gabe Adkins (pictured) completed a gardening project this year. Adkins works to prepare, maintain and gather produce as it is ready. This year his garden includes tomatoes, green beans and cucumbers.

Each year, in addition to classroom learning and participation in FFA activities, Hillsboro FFA members complete a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) project as one of the three components of agriculture education. Through the projects students are able to learn through hands-on experiences in the field of agriculture. Members are able to complete a variety of SAE projects including ownership/entrepreneurship of an agricultural business, job placement in an agricultural-based business, research through experimentation, or exploration of a career in agriculture. During the summer months, Hillsboro FFA members are visited by a chapter adviser to assess progress and completion of their SAE project. Sophomore Gabe Adkins (pictured) completed a gardening project this year. Adkins works to prepare, maintain and gather produce as it is ready. This year his garden includes tomatoes, green beans and cucumbers.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/08/web1_FFA-pic.jpgEach year, in addition to classroom learning and participation in FFA activities, Hillsboro FFA members complete a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) project as one of the three components of agriculture education. Through the projects students are able to learn through hands-on experiences in the field of agriculture. Members are able to complete a variety of SAE projects including ownership/entrepreneurship of an agricultural business, job placement in an agricultural-based business, research through experimentation, or exploration of a career in agriculture. During the summer months, Hillsboro FFA members are visited by a chapter adviser to assess progress and completion of their SAE project. Sophomore Gabe Adkins (pictured) completed a gardening project this year. Adkins works to prepare, maintain and gather produce as it is ready. This year his garden includes tomatoes, green beans and cucumbers.