Agricultural Scholarship Application
With the future in the hands of the next generation, it is important for every young adult to have the sky as their limit and not be burdened with financial hardships just to receive an education. This is why Harvest Land Co-op is proud to offer nine $1000 agricultural scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year.

To be eligible for this scholarship, the student must:
  • be a high school senior;
  • enter a post-high school agricultural program;
  • be involved in agriculture in their local community; and
  • live or attend school in Harvest Land Co-op's market area.

These scholarships will focus on need and leadership potential of future contributors to the agricultural industry. 

The applications will be evaluated by our Youth Development Committee. All applicants will be notified of the status of their application. The scholarships will then be awarded at the senior honors program of the students who are selected. However, payment of the scholarship will be made after verification of the students’ successful completion of the first semester, quarter, or term and enrollment in the second semester, quarter, or term of the post-high school program.

Applications are due MARCH 1, 2014 to the following address:
Harvest Land Co-op
Youth Development Committee
ATTN: Lindsay Sankey
P.O. Box 516
Richmond, IN 47375

For questions, please call Lindsay at 1-800-866-2736.

Download the 2014 scholarship application

 Scholarships Available Through Winfield

The WinField Careers in Agriculture Scholarship is now available for students pursuing two- or four-year degrees in agronomy, crop production or closely related fields. The scholarship is available only to high school seniors, graduating in 2014, or college students in their first or second year of pursuing a two- or four-year degree. Just a reminder that again this year WinField employees are not eligible.
Applications are due to Winfield February 1st, 2014.
Click the link below to find more information about the scholarship and application.