NAAE Branding Center

NAAE Logos

Full Color Logo on White Background
Use on white backgrounds.

Black logo on White Background
Use on black and white copies.

White Logo for Solid Background
Use on documents with solid backgrounds.

Full Color Logo for Solid Background
Use on documents with solid backgrounds.



NAAE Color Palette

Color adds personality and instant recognizability to our brand. Our primary colors represent 80% of our brand, with our secondary colors making up the remaining 20%.

Primary Colors

NAAE Sky Blue
R100 G196 B215
C50 M0 Y10 K5
HEX 6ec4d7

NAAE Sea Blue
R0 G72 B113
C100 M72 Y30 K20
HEX 004871

NAAE Charcoal
R50 G50 B50
C0 M0 Y0 K95
HEX 323232

NAAE White
R225 G225 B225
C50 M0 Y0 K0
HEX ffffff


Secondary Colors

Teach Ag Green
R120 G162 B47
C45 M0 Y100 K24
HEX 78C22F

NAAE Go Green
R0 G99 B68
C96 M35 Y84 K29
HEX 006344

NAAE Visionary Magenta
R137 G40 B144
C55 M100 Y0 K0
HEX 892890

NAAE Scholarly Violet
R76 G45 B119
C87 M100 Y21 K5
HEX 4C2D77


NAAE Typography

Our NAAE brand font is Poppins. Poppins is full of personality and brings a lot of character to our brand, and has great legibility. Download Poppins here.



State Association Logos

NAAE offers a State Association Branding Guide and NAAE-branded logos for state associations. Contact NAAE staff if your state association is interested in a NAAE-branded logo.


More about NAAE

Leading and Learning Together. At every age and at every stage, we are entrusted with future leaders who can change the world. Bringing out the best in our students requires us to bring out the best in ourselves. But we never have to do that alone. In communities across the country, agricultural educators share a common bond of fostering boundless classrooms and limitless learning. At every age and at every stage, we are humble leaders energized by the responsibility of shaping the future one student at a time.

Global purpose.
The curriculum, the skills and the experiences in our classrooms empower our students to be globally conscious and active citizens of their worlds.

Lifelong learning.
Our environment cultivates a sense of curiosity and fosters problem-solving skills that are sustained well-beyond a formal education. We are driven to constantly improve and evolve not only for our students but also for ourselves.

We model how to be future stewards of our land, food sources, fuel, natural resources, technology and our society at large. We can open up perspective and a world of opportunity.

We are uniquely positioned to travel alongside our students from where they start, to what they are becoming to their readiness for the future. No other role in the school setting has the same multi-faceted potential to impact a young person’s journey.

We have a common understanding and a shared experience that reaches far beyond the boundaries of our school districts. We have a nationwide network that enables one to be impacted by many and for many to be impacted by one.

"Professionals providing agricultural education for the global community through visionary leadership, advocacy and service."

NAAE seeks to advance agricultural education and promote the professional interests and growth of agriculture teachers as well as recruit and prepare students who have a desire to teach agriculture. The organization is dedicated to developing professional pride and competency, to nourishing a spirit of unity among classroom teachers, and to recognizing members for conducting outstanding programs. It monitors governmental affairs affecting agricultural education and assists in the development of priorities and strategies to effect federal legislation and appropriations.

Our vision is to strengthen and inspire members to meet the needs of their students and communities through innovative professional development and collegial engagement of all agricultural educators in the nation.

NAAE values dynamic educational landscape and is dedicated to equipping members with strategies to position their local programs for success.

NAAE values a growing network of member collaboration and support to develop high-quality educators.

NAAE values innovation and proven methods for delivering exemplary professional development opportunities to meet the needs of our membership.

NAAE values advancement of inclusion, diversity and equity in our organization and communities.

Agricultural educators who had formed state associations for agricultural educators organized the National Vocational Agricultural Teachers' Association (NVATA) in 1948 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1997 at the annual NVATA convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, the name of the organization was changed to the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE). The NAAE is a federation of 50 state agricultural educators associations. The governing body of the organization consists of a board of directors with a president, president elect, and six regional vice presidents. Today, more than 7,600 agricultural educators are members of NAAE.