Held each year in July, DOT is a 3-day planning and training retreat for newly elected District Officers.  An opportunity to learn about each other, the agriculture education profession, as well as gain key career skills from industry professionals, DOT is a unique and uniting leadership opportunity hosted and planned by the state officer team.

DOT 2019 is scheduled for July 29-31 in Bellingham/Lynden, WA. 

--> Registration information has been emailed to the Washington FFA Advisors.

The following forms must be completed by all 2019 DOT participants:

2019.DOT Waiver Form

2019.DOT Conduct Form (details from Waiver…no signature needed - covered in Waiver above)

DOT.2019 Agenda (coming soon…here is 2018 for reference)  -- WAFFA reserves the right to make slight changes to the agenda as needed.

Evergreen Leadership Tour

Infographic by Studio 5 Design.

Infographic by Studio 5 Design.

(formerly Blue & Gold or BGLT)

The state officer team travels around our great state and helps kick off the new FFA membership year. 

2019.Evergreen Leadership Tour dates/agenda coming soon!

Washington FFA EMERGE Leadership Conferences

Information about the 2020 EMERGE Conferences coming soon!!



Who: 70 early members (9th/10th graders); 70 advanced members (11th/12th graders) = 140 students per conference.   This means 280 students TOTAL have the opportunity to attend in 2019.

What: 2 concurrent leadership conferences that blend FFA knowledge, experience and application with personal growth, life awareness and planning. The conferences are TENTATIVELY scheduled to start at 4pm on Friday and will wrap up programming around 3pm on Saturday.  2019 tentative agenda

Where/When: Ocean Shores, WA Feb. 22-23  OR  Wenatchee, WA March 8-9  (both are Friday-Saturday conferences...registrants MUST stay in the conference facilities). Rooming for Friday night will be handled by WAFFA state staff, not individual chapters. 

Cost: $100/participant  --  there will be a $50 non-refundable deposit immediately following registration submission. The program fee covers: conference materials, facilitation, dinner on Friday, breakfast and lunch on Saturday, snacks and the Friday night hotel room. If deposit payment, not PO, is not received by January 10, spots will be released to waitlist students.

Registration: The online registration information will be emailed to WA FFA advisors -- only advisors may submit a chapter registration. An advisor MUST attend with members or the students will not be allowed to register/participate. The link/form is targeted to launch Nov. 5 and once launched, will be open until Dec. 15 or until conferences fill. A waitlist will be created and utilized for dropped spots. 

Other-1: There will be a small block of rooms at each hotel available for Saturday night stays at the reduced conference rate, however, would be the responsibility of the individual chapter to coordinate and pay for that night's stay. DO NOT contact hotels for Saturday night stays until your registration has been confirmed by WAFFA state staff.

Registration: Registration for the 2019 conference will be available starting in November. The online registration information will be emailed to WA FFA advisors -- only advisors may submit a chapter registration. 
Advisors will receive an invoice from Washington FFA once registration is confirmed.

The New Member track is targeted for Greenhand members (9th/10th grade).
The Advanced Member track is targeted for Chapter/State Degree members (11th/12th grade).

WA FFA Legislative Engagement & Advocacy Days (WAFFA LEAD)

FFA Legislative Engagement & Advocacy Days are 1-3 days in late January or early February. They are typically held concurrently with the Washington State Farm Bureau, as well as the other Washington Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs).  FFA members receive education about the legislative process and key message training on how to respectfully and concisely communicate about FFA to busy legislators.  They then spend time meeting with their legislative representatives and hosting displays in the Capitol Rotunda.