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FNGA National Foliage Foundation/James H. Davis Scholarship

The James H. Davis Memorial Scholarship was created to encourage students to pursue careers in Florida’s horticulture industry and related pursuits by providing financial assistance for undergraduate, postgraduate, or other advanced education programs in Florida. The intent is to provide career paths for qualified students in need of financial support to gain expertise and experience, earn post high school degrees and become active members and leaders in the horticulture industry. This scholarship program is linked to apprenticeship mentoring, employment and advanced educational opportunities both during and after the student has graduated.


Applicant must be an incoming freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student planning to attend a community college, college, university or other post graduate program in Florida. The student must enroll full-time in a horticulture program or related field with the intent to graduate in that field. A 2.0 (C) or above grade point average is required of the applicant. Award recipients are eligible to reapply for scholarship annually.

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