Applications due July 1, 2021

Wallowa County Agricultural Resource Foundation Stockgrowers Memorial Scholarship 

This scholarship is offered to encourage participation in the field of agriculture. Funds for this scholarship include donations in memory and in honor of men and women who have contributed to the livestock industry in Wallowa County.

  • To be considered, a student must be enrolled in a school of agriculture, school of forestry, or other natural resource related area of study beyond the high school level.
  • Applicants should be residents of Wallowa County and should have attended school in Wallowa County.
  • Both graduating high school seniors and students presently enrolled in post high school programs are eligible for consideration. (Preference given to applicants with at least college sophomore standing.)

Wallowa County Stockgrowers Association
Probert-Boucher Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to encourage participation in a field that is directly or indirectly related to agriculture (Examples: Home Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Business, Forestry, Ag. Sciences, etc.) Funds for this scholarship award have been donated by family and friends in memory of Helen Boucher and Jim & C Belle Probert.  These individuals encouraged youth to strive for their goals and were known for their generosity in helping Wallowa County students reach their goals and pursue higher education in agriculture and other rural related studies. 

  • To be considered, a student must be enrolled in a school beyond the high school level. 
  • Applicants should be residents of Wallowa County and should have attended school in Wallowa County. 
  • Both graduating seniors and students presently enrolled in post high school programs are eligible for consideration.

Please read the eligibility requirements for each scholarship as follows and then check the box(s) below for the scholarship(s) you are applying for. One application may be used for multiple scholarships if eligible. Previous applicants and recipients that still meet eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply. Any questions may be directed to Caleb Howard at caleb@landandwildlife.com.

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Angelika has been working for Chief Joseph Days Rodeo since 2010 as the Social Media Manager, PR Photographer, and Rodeo Program Committee Chair. In August of 2020 she became the Rodeo Business Office and Souvenir Gift Store Manager. She is also the Digital Marketing Director at Highview Angus Ranch. A self-proclaimed philosopher, Angelikas is without a doubt an unbridled spirit.