Farming• Education, Washington County

Washington County Farm Bureau Offers Scholarships to Local High School and College Students

A farm near Mountaindale. Photo: Chas Hundley

WASHINGTON COUNTY - The Washington County Farm Bureau is offering two scholarships to budding farming and agriculture professionals who are entering or continuing their post high school education.

“The Washington County Farm Bureau’s purpose is to support agriculture and related industries for the success of Oregon Farmers and Ranchers,” says Jacqueline Jones, the bureau’s scholarship chair, explaining the organization’s mission. 

The Farm Bureau President, Nic Vial, describes the goals of the organization as “Promoting agriculture and farming in Oregon, and preserving those industries for future generations.” 

The Farm Bureau is a US based, membership-driven nonprofit with divisions in each state, and within Oregon each county has a Farm Bureau. 

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