Minnesota FFA Hall of Fame
Since its creation in 2004, 189 individuals have been inducted into the Minnesota FFA Hall of Fame. The FFA Hall of Fame is a collaborative effort between the Minnesota FFA Association, Minnesota FFA Alumni, and Minnesota FFA Foundation. A selection committee consisting of FFA members, alumni, agricultural educators and foundation representatives select the final inductees.
The Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have been influencial and supportive of Minnesota FFA and who have demonstrated a high level of service and longstanding commitment to agriculutre, agribusiness, and/or education in agriculture.
The inductees are formally announced and recognized at the Minnesota FFA Alumni Association Annual Conference, Minnesota State Fair Parade, and have a formal induction ceremony during the State FFA Convention.
Anyone can submit a nomination, and candidates may be living or deceased. Deadline for this year is January 15th.
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The Minnesota FFA Foundation through its Star Partners Program provides resources that support the FFA Hall of Fame program. For more information about programs and funding opportunities visit
FFA is a national youth organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of young people by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success of its 557,318 student members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture. Nearly 9,550 students are members of the Minnesota FFA Association.
The 2017 inducted member of the Minnesota FFA Alumni Hall of Fame are (left to right) Doug Peterson, Christa Williamson, Paul Aarsvold, Jurgen Peters, Blaine Larson, Dave Frederickson, Al Withers.