What the Housatonic FFA means to students and the wider community

Senior Bethany Conti’s presentation on “The Alligator Pear” drew plenty of attention with a free-to-try guacamole. Photo by Matt Holderman

FFA students at Housatonic Valley Regional High School are busy throughout the year with everything from competing against students from all across America in the annual Envirothon, to participating in national conventions, to activities closer to home such as caring for the animals who live on campus (even during vacations). 

The community is invited in several times a year to see what the students have been doing. 

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