FFA is a national educational organization, some 650,000 members strong, preparing young people for leadership and careers in Food, Agriculture & Natural Resources. As one of the three integral components of Food, Agricultural & Natural Resources Education, FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. In New Jersey, more than 2,300 members engage in personal, career and leadership development activities that challenge them to excel as they develop agricultural skills and competencies for the future. Explore www.state.nj.us/agriculture/ag_ed/ffa pages to see how New Jersey FFA is positively impacting the lives of students. The approved Union County Food, Agriculture & Natural Resources Program is The School of Sustainable Sciences. Students enrolled in the Sustainable Food Systems Course also have the opportunity of the FFA Organization.