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Agriculture, diesel mechanic scholarships available

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Each year the Colorado Conservation Tillage Association awards agriculture scholarships to outstanding youth who are majoring in agriculture, ag business, horticulture or agronomy who will make a difference in the industry. This year two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to college sophomores, juniors or seniors attending college in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska or Wyoming who are majoring in agriculture (equine science excluded). Students are assessed on awards and honors, college leadership and agriculture experiences as well as their leadership and agriculture involvement outside of school.

CCTA along with Wickham Tractor Company will also provide one $1,000 scholarship to a student enrolled in the diesel mechanic program in Sterling.

Both applications are due by Dec. 1. The one-page applications can be found on the website www.HighPlainsNoTill.com. Those selected to receive the scholarship will be recognized at the 25th annual High Plains No-Till Conference held in Burlington, Colo., Feb. 5 to 6, 2013, attendance at the conference is not required. For more information please contact Becky Ravenkamp, becky@highplainsnotill.com or 719-740-0715.

Date: 11/5/2012



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