Robert J. Meyer Organic Farming Scholarship

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April 30, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • This scholarship is intended to grant college tuition funds and supplement college costs to local individuals, who have a similar interest in organic and sustainable agriculture, as did Robert J. Meyer. In addition, applicants should have a commitment, the disposition and passion for gaining the knowledge, skills, and business & the technical aptitude that will result in making a contribution to improve South Puget Sound based sustainable organic agriculture system and ecosystem.

    The requirements for an applicant to the Robert J. Meyer Scholarship funds include the following:
    -Be a current resident of the Washington counties of Thurston, Lewis, or Mason or lives in or attends high school in Elma or Montesano
    -Intend to enroll in an education institution or engage in an educational opportunity which will be brought back to the South Puget Sound region of Western Washington state
    -Desire to concentrate their education in one of the following a fields of study: agricultural sustainability, organic farming/ranching or sustainable ecosystems within the South Sound Region of Western Washington

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • FOFM
  • PO Box 41
  • Olympia, WA 98507-0041
  • 360-786-6054

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