See how John Deere, along with our customers and partners, is working to improve quality of life – in our backyards and around the globe.
TechnoServe trains female farmers on agricultural practices, entrepreneurship, and ways to create new markets for their crops.
See how smallholder farmer, Amos Bangmaligu put his Mobile Training Unit (MTU) learnings into practice to become one of the first mechanization service providers in his village.
TechnoServe's Mobile Training Unit (MTU) program teaches farming best practices to dairy farmers and staple-grain growers in Kenya and Ghana.
Learn about the work of the three finalists who are transforming their communities.
In the largely arid land of northern Ghana, the challenges facing smallholder farmers are many, yet their desire to improve their livelihoods is greater.
In the largely arid land of northern Ghana, the challenges facing smallholder farmers are many, yet their desire to improve their livelihoods is greater.View Stories
Since 1928, the National FFA Organization has served as a platform for students from all walks of life, teaching them to cultivate and nourish the world through science, technology and agriculture.View Stories
JIVA is an innovative program that improves the lives of smallholder farmers by empowering their agricultural success, enriching their children’s education, and strengthening their community.View Stories
February 17-24, 2018, is FFA Week and this year marks the 75th anniversary of John Deere’s sponsorship of the National FFA Organization.
When hell came to Houston, Willie Rios never gave up. Neither did his 5 Series Tractor.
For their intelligence, community service, and sportsmanship, Chandler Dorsey, Jailynn Thomas, and Kennedy Howard are shining bright.
Our best machines inspired us to find the best within our customers – and the response was humbling.
John Deere and The First Tee work together to empower the next generation of leaders.
National FFA Officers met with company leaders and discussed the value of agriculture in today’s society.
Power is defined as the rate at which work is done. Power = Work/Time. Put simply, when you do more work in less time, you get more power.
The John Deere Inspire program brought two mentors full circle.
The company's partnership with FIRST is inspiring the next generation of innovators.