Nebraska FFA chapters were challenged with creating a 30 to 60 second video. The video must display what their FFA chapter would do with $1,000 in their community and four videos were selected for the voting round.
The Ashland-Greenwood FFA Chapter would plant a garden around the new Ashland Community Center.
The Blair FFA Chapter would like to expand their local garden to donate more produce to the local food pantry.
The McCool Junction FFA Chapter would like to start a live animal lab, in honor of Clayton Real, a former FFA member.
The Sandy Creek FFA Chapter would create garden beds for the Pre-school to grow produce, providing food to donate to the local food pantry, send gift baskets overseas and donate gifts to the giving tree at Christmas.
Click here to hop over to the Nebraska FFA Foundation website, watch all four videos and vote for your favorite. Then come back each day to vote again. The contest ends on December 31, 2014.