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  • Dean Carlson grew up on a farm in northwest Iowa. While in FFA, Dean held many offices, competed on judging teams and received his Iowa State Farmer degree. Dean graduated from Iowa State University and spent his career in the animal by-product industry in Iowa. This scholarship was endowed to provide funds so that FFA members in northwest Iowa
    could have the same opportunity he had in attending Iowa State University with the goal of a career in agriculture. Must be a high school senior or college student pursuing a four-year degree in any area of agriculture at the College of Agriculture or the College of Business at Iowa State University. Preference given to applicants from Lytton-Rockwell City FFA, Calhoun County FFA or members of counties bordering Calhoun, Iowa. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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