National FFA offers an Agriscience Fair that recognizes student researchers studying the application of agricultural scientific principles and emerging technologies in agricultural enterprises. The agriscience fair is for middle and high school students. Participation begins at the local level and progresses to state and national levels. The Washington FFA Agriscience Fair occurs in conjunction with the spring Puyallup fair (April).
2019.State Agriscience Fair
Puyallup Spring Fair, 8 AM, April 13
*displays must be delivered to the fair earlier (with certain exceptions) --> please refer to the fairbook previously sent on the listserv*
The Puyallup Fair may still require separate registration - this is for FFA membership/verification purposes.
WA FFA Registration is due by 4pm on April 1, 2018
To qualify for both the state and national FFA agriscience fairs students must:
Be in grades 7 - 12.
Conduct a scientific research project pertaining to the agriculture and food science industries and present their findings to a panel of judges with a display and a report.
Be selected as the state winner at their state agriscience fair (to advance to the national agriscience fair).
Agriscience Fair Categories and Divisions
Agriscience Fair Categories
Students can compete in the national agriscience fair in one of six categories:
Environmental Services/Natural Resource Systems
Food Products and Processing Systems
Power, Structural and Technical Systems
Agriscience Fair Divisions
Students can compete in the national agriscience fair as an individual or with a team.
Division 1 – individual member in grades 7 and 8
Division 2 – team of two members in grades 7 and 8
Division 3 – individual member in grades 9 and 10
Division 4 – team of two members in grades 9 and 10
Division 5 – individual member in grades 11 and 12
Division 6 – team of two members in grades 11 and 12