(Juneau) The deadline is this Thursday (April 1st) to apply for the 2021 Dodge County Master Gardener Scholarship. One-thousand-dollars will be awarded to a high school senior who is planning a career in some area of horticulture. Those eligible include seniors planning to enter a two or four year college in a horticultural or science related field in the fall. The recipient must live in Dodge County and be a graduating senior from any public high school, parochial high school, or home school. The student must have applied to a two or four year accredited college or technical school that has a program leading to a degree or certification in a horticulture or related area. Applications are available in the guidance offices of Dodge County and area high schools including Beaver Dam, Dodgeland, Horicon and Hustisford.
For more information contact a high school counselor, FFA/Agriscience teacher or the Dodge County Master Gardener website for an application form. Questions may be directed to: [email protected].
Application forms are available in the guidance offices of Dodge County and area high schools. They include Beaver Dam High School, Dodgeland High School, Horicon High School, Hustisford High School, Lomira High School, Mayville High School, Randolph High School, Watertown High School, Waupun High School, Lakeside Lutheran High School, and Central Wisconsin Christian School.
Application forms are also available online at: http://dodge.extension.wisc.edu/master-gardener/