CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’S FFA chapter represented Indiana FFA in the National Wildlife Habitat Contest in West Virginia.
The contest was held at Canaan Valley State Park, where members spent four days and three nights at the resort.
The team of Matthew Troyer, Nate Konger, Tate Allen and Riley Basinger placed second in the national competition. Seventeen states had 4-H and FFA teams participating in this contest.
To qualify for the event, teams must have placed first in their state competition, which ’Busco did earlier this year. The top three National FFA teams in order were: West Virginia FFA, Indiana (Churubusco) FFA and Kansas FFA.
Additionally, Allen placed third individually in the nation.