The Beulah Academy of Science FFA Chapter recently hosted their inaugural Future Farmer Field Day program, with the goal of raising awareness of the various industries and agricultural production in the local area. Educator Allie Eubanks expressed the importance of showing these aspects of agriculture to participants.

The event was attended by fourth graders from Cordova Park Elementary School, local school cooperatives, and new fifth graders from eight different elementary schools. The BAS FFA set up nearly 20 different vendor booths to educate attendees about agriculture. These booths included organizations such as the Florida Forest Service, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Escambia County Extension Office, Primus Review Service (food inspector), Three Homestead Sisters, local farmers and embryologists.

Looking ahead, BAS FFA is excited to continue hosting the Future Farmer Field Day program in the future and hopes to see even more participation next year. For a photo gallery from the event, visit the website.

By Samantha Johnson

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