Auburn Come Alive Outside Challenge
On March 6th, the 2013 Come Alive Outside Challenge was launched at Auburn University as Alabama 4-H leaders and FFA students and their advisors from across Alabama gathered with Auburn Collegiate FFA members, Auburn horticulture students and leaders from John Deere, PLANET, JP Horizons and Leading Landscape Companies in a full-day workshop. Students, educators and industry leaders learned about the vision of the Come Alive Outside movement and then brainstormed together on the best ways for Alabama youth to implement Come Alive Outside projects within their communities. Energy was high and the interaction was inspiring as this group shared their vision for all of Alabama to Come Alive Outside.
4-H and FFA chapters will be planning and executing their projects between now and September 20. The group that meets all of the contest criteria and gets the most votes on this website will receive a $1,500.00 award from John Deere. The Auburn University student who has served as their mentor will also receive a $1,000.00 scholarship from John Deere.
Click here to learn about the PURPOSE, PROCESS and PAYOFF of the 2013 COME ALIVE OUTSIDE CHALLENGE
Click here to learn more about HOW THE CONTEST WORKS
Click here to see the TIMELINE OF IMPORTANT DATES
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On February 8 we held a webinar to explain how you can get involved in the Come Alive Outside Challenge. During the webinar, we explained how you can participate in a COME ALIVE OUTSIDE CHALLENGE full-day workshop at AUBURN on March 6th, prepare for a community project to be completed by May 9th, and qualify to win a $1500 prize for your FFA chapter to be presented at the ALABAMA STATE FFA CONVENTION on JUNE 5-8. If you were not able to attend the live webinar, watch the recording below and make sure to let us know by February 15 that you will be participating in the Come Alive Outside Challenge: