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Farmer Wine Production and Ag One Viticulture Studies Scholarships

Washington Wine Industry Foundation

Scholarship Name: John Farmer Scholarship
Description: The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is the leader in viticulture and enology scholarships for Washington State college and university students of wine and wine production. The John Farmer Scholarship was established by the family of John Farmer to honor his legacy in the wine production field. Six scholarships are available from $500 to $2,000 for college. Students must be planning to attend a viticulture or enology program in Washington State, including Washington State University, Walla Walla Community College and Columbia Basin College. Two-year accreditation programs are also eligible. Priority is given to students who demonstrate financial need.
Award: $500 – $2,000
Awards per Year: 6
Award is Open to: High School Students, Undergraduate Students
How to Apply/Contact: To find out more about this scholarship, and about your eligibility please contact the financial aid office at your college or university, or visit the Washington Wine Industry Foundation website. You can also download a copy of the scholarship application directly from the website.
See Also: Scholarships for Viticulture and Enology, Scholarships for Agricultural Studies, Association Scholarships


Ag One Foundation

Scholarship Name: Ag One Foundation Agricultural Scholarships
Description: The Ag One Foundation was created by alumni of the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology at California State University, Fresno in order to provide financial opportunities and support to current students of the college. Of the more than $5 million in endowed funds and hundreds of individual scholarships, many are applicable to students studying viticulture and enology. The Ag One – American Vineyard Magazine $500 scholarship is open to a graduate student who is more than half way through his or her viticulture studies. Also for graduate students studying viticulture and enology is the Ag One Cal Almond, which is open to students studying agriculture (with special consideration give to those with an interest in nut crops). While this isn’t an Ag One opportunity, if you are a member of the CSU Fresno Viticulture Club, you can receive special consideration for the a college scholarship if you have maintained a 3.0 average and are majoring in plant science.
Award: $500 – $2,000
Awards per Year: Varies
Award is Open to: Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students
How to Apply/Contact: The California State University – Fresno Office of Financial Aid can give you more information about how to apply for these and other endowed viticulture scholarships. To see a complete listing scholarships, please visit the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences website. You can find out more about Ag One by visiting the Ag One Foundation website.
See Also: Scholarships for Viticulture and Enology, Scholarships for Agricultural Studies

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