The National FFA defines SAE as ”Learning by Doing”.

A Supervised Agricultural Experience program (SAE) is a key component of agricultural education. While working on an SAE project, students learn to apply the concepts and principles taught in their agriculture classes to real-world problems and scenarios. A student selects an SAE project based on his or her interest in one of four areas:

  • Exploratory – Learn about the big picture of agriculture and its many related careers.
  • Research/Experimentation and Analysis – Conduct research and analyze information to discover new knowledge.
  • Ownership/Entrepreneurship – Plan and operate an agriculture-related business.
  • Placement – Work for a business or individual, either for pay or for the experience.

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