Harvest Land Co-op Distributes $17,000 in Scholarships to Local Graduates 

RICHMOND — Harvest Land Co-op recently awarded 17 scholarships to 2018 high school graduates throughout the area, with combined money awarded totaling $17,000.
Harvest Land is a proud supporter of agriculture and young farmer programs throughout the area such as 4-H and FFA. In addition to those opportunities, Harvest Land awards scholarships to young men or women who are pursuing post-high school agricultural degrees. Students from Harvest Land’s three districts within their trade market are chosen annually. Harvest Land also recognizes employees’ children who are graduating and pursuing post-high school education.
The winners of the 2018 Harvest Land scholarships are as follows: 
Sam Bricker, Eastern Hancock; Trent Broermann, Eaton; Montana Davis, Randolph Southern; Hannah Fagan, Homeschool; Cassandra Flemming, Bellmont; Matthew Goddard, Graham; Amanda Hasselbring, North Decatur; Joshua Hollinger, Tri-Village; Gracie Johnson, Eastern Hancock; Levi Logue, Union County; Jasmine Mabry, Preble Shawnee; Cameron Matthews, Shenandoah; Tucker Pearson, Jay County; Abigail Richardson, Connersville; Myra Robinson, Centerville; Kaitlyn Sayre, Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities; Austin Wampler, Lincoln.
Scholarships are awarded based on need, leadership, community service, agricultural interest and scholastics.