Scholarships Available Through Dodge County Master Gardener Association

(Juneau) The Dodge County Master Gardener Association is offering a scholarship. The organization will give $1,000 to a graduating senior who is planning a career in some area of horticulture.

To be eligible, the recipient must live in Dodge County and be graduating from any public high school, parochial high school, or home school. The student must also have applied for 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.

Careers may include, but are not limited to, horticulture, plant science, soil science, agriculture, environmental science, landscaping, forestry, and science education. Application forms are available in the guidance offices or from Agricultural teachers and FFA sponsors of Dodge County and area high schools.

They include Beaver Dam High School, Central Wisconsin Christian School, Columbus High School, Dodgeland High School, Hartford High School, Horicon High School, Hustisford High School, Lakeside Lutheran High School, Lomira High School, Mayville High School, Oconomowoc High School, Randolph High School, Waterloo High School, Watertown High School, and Waupun High School. Interested individuals can also obtain an application by email from [email protected].

For more information about the Dodge County Master Gardener Association and upcoming educational opportunities, visit the website by clicking HERE.

The deadline to apply is April 1st.