For the second year in a row, the Wisconsin FFA will be led by a CALS student. In June, Alison Wedig, a second year Life Sciences Communication major, was elected state president of the organization. Last year, Logan Wells, a CALS forest and wildlife ecology major, held the position
When Alison, who grew up near Darlington, Wisconsin, starts school again this fall, she won’t be taking a full load of courses. That’s because her FFA duties come first, she says.
And there certainly are a lot of them.
Alison shared via email: “This year as Wisconsin FFA state president I will meet thousands of enthusiastic FFA members and travel over 15,000 miles across the state promoting agricultural education and the FFA. In addition to meeting with [FFA] members on the local, state and national level, the state officer team will meet with leaders in government, education, business and agriculture.”
For more information about Alison and her goals for this important leadership position, read this The Country Today article.This entry was posted in student honors by Nicole. Bookmark the permalink.