Regions

California’s agricultural education program is implemented through a regional delivery model which allows for supervision, enhancement and program development to occur on an unparalleled scale. Broken up geographically, information about each of the six regions in California, including their supervisors and websites, can be found below.

Regions Info
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Central Region Map

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Central Region

Serving members from Yolo to Merced Counties, the growing and productive Central Region is home to 79 agricultural education programs.

Regional Supervisor: Jill Sperling, Sacramento
Website: https://centralregionffa.wixsite.com/crffa

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North Coast Region

Occupying a stretch of California’s rugged northwest, the North Coast Region includes 33 agricultural education programs that serve a diverse agricultural industry.

Regional Supervisor: JessaLee Goehring, Sacramento
Website: http://northcoastregion.weebly.com/index.html

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North Coast Region Map

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San Joaquin Region Map

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San Joaquin Region

In the deep heart of California’s farm region, the San Joaquin Region’s 73 agricultural programs serve communities rooted in agriculture.

Regional Supervisor: Shay Williams-Hopper, Fresno
Website: In Progress

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South Coast Region

From the salad bowl to citrus orchards, the South Coast Region’s 40 programs prepare students for engagement in a thriving, high-tech local industry.

Regional Supervisor: Greg Beard, San Luis Obispo
Website: https://southcoastregionffa.weebly.com/

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South Coast Region Map

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Southern Region Map

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Southern Region

Innovative and with an eye to the future, the Southern Region’s 57 programs include everything from inner-city to high-desert locations.

Regional Supervisor: Jackie Ioimo-Jones, Pomona
Website: http://www.southernregionffa.com/

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Superior Region

Composed of both rural and urban programs in California’s beautiful northeastern quadrant, the Superior Region serves members in 57 schools diverse in makeup and aim.

Regional Supervisor: Hugh Mooney, Chico
Website: In Progress

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Resources

Agricultural education strives to maintain its status on the cutting-edge of rigorous classroom instruction, relevant skill acquisition and premier leadership development. Check out the expansive and evolving catalog of resources to generate new ideas, enhance curriculum delivery skills or identify new ways to engage in FFA and SAE activities.

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Beginning in the early 20th century in California, agricultural education has a long tradition of preparing students for rigorous, satisfying careers both within and outside of the industry. As a school-based learning program, agricultural education operates as a unit within the California Department of Education and is written into the state’s legislative education code.

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Rich in history with an eye toward the future, California’s school-based agricultural education program seeks to prepare all students for satisfying careers in and outside of the agriculture industry. The multi-faceted approach to growing the whole person includes a focus on character and interpersonal skill development, technical acumen and critical thinking capabilities.

 

Events

From personal growth to career skill enhancement, the focus of California’s agricultural education events is always on the experiential development of the student. With activities ranging from local to national, the statewide organization offers a number of premier events each year that are suited to best meet the interests of an ever-diversifying student population.

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