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With a commitment of recruiting urban youth to pursue education and
careers in agriculture, Farm Credit Illinois is pleased to offer two $1,500
Urban Agriculture Scholarships specifically for non-farm high school senior
students who have developed an educational and career interest in agriculture –
possibly through organizations like FFA or 4-H. Although all urban agriculture
students are welcome to apply, a priority is placed on recruiting
under-represented minority student applicants for the FCI Urban Agriculture
Farm Credit Illinois is attempting to maintain a comprehensive list of upcoming farmland auctions in the Association's 60-county marketplace. If you have an auction to include, please submit a form at www.farmcreditIL.com/auctioninfo or send a web link of the auction sale bill to info@farmcreditIL.com.
High school seniors pursuing agriculture careers are invited to apply for a $1500 Farm Credit Agriculture Scholarship.
Farm Credit invites 4-H clubs and FFA chapters
organizing community improvement projects in 2015 to apply for a $250 grant.
Aaron Johnson, of Latham, has been promoted by Farm Credit Illinois to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
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