Grassmanship means working together to do all we can to be excellent stewards of the land. It’s nurturing the relationship between grazing quality today and sustainability tomorrow. It’s a commitment to the future of agriculture and the pasture management practices that proudly support it.


NUFARM GRASSMANSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

CONGRATULATIONS, RECIPIENTS

ONE $5,000 AND FOUR $1,000 SCHOLARSHIPS

awarded to outstanding students with a passion for Grassmanship.


$5,000 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT
Kendall Knicely

Kendall, a Virginia native, attends Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, pursuing a major in Agricultural Sciences with a minor in Leadership and Social Change with plans to graduate in 2022.

$1,000 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
Jasey Black

Jasey, an Alabama native, studies Agricultural Communications at Auburn University and plans to graduate in December 2021.

Taylore Ashton

Taylore, a Texas native, studies Animal Science at Texas Tech University and plans to graduate in 2022.

Anslie Yoder

Anslie, a Florida native, studies Agribusiness at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Georgia and plans to graduate in 2023.

Jessee Millsaps

Jessee, a Tennessee native, studies Mechanical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University and plans to graduate in 2023.

 
   

APPLICATION RULES FOR THE 2021 NUFARM GRASSMANSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

The Nufarm Grassmanship Scholarship, offered by Nufarm Americas Inc. (Nufarm), was created to provide to help individuals with a passion for agricultural or pasture management excel academically and civically. In order to apply for this scholarship, a candidate must: 1. Be a U.S. citizen. 2. Be planning to enroll or already enrolled full-time for Fall 2021 at an accredited four-year college or university in the U.S. (Scholarships are for undergraduate study only.) 3. Have a high school (for current high school seniors) or college (for current undergraduate students) a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or better (on a 4.0 scale). 4. Be planning to major or already majoring in an agriculture-related field of study. 5. Submit a complete application by March 31, 2021.

Up to five scholarships will be awarded to five unique, eligible applicants: one $5,000 scholarship and four $1,000 scholarships. Nufarm will select the scholarship recipients based on the overall strength of their application, application essays, and finalist interview. Not all applicants for the scholarships will be selected as recipients. Nufarm will notify scholarship recipients of its decision on or about May 1, 2021. Nufarm retains the right to withhold scholarship grants if no candidate is determined to be qualified or if a recipient no longer meets the eligibility requirements. All applicants agree to accept Nufarm’s decisions as final.

Scholarship payments will be made in August, after the selected recipients notify Nufarm about the college or university (s)he will be attending and Nufarm validates the recipient’s enrollment. All scholarship checks will be made payable the designated college or university on the student’s behalf in a single payment and will only be applied towards tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment required for the classes.

Employees of Nufarm and its affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agencies (collectively, Nufarm Parties) and their immediate family members and/or those living in the same household are ineligible to win a scholarship.

Acceptance of a scholarship constitutes permission to the Nufarm Parties to use students’ name, likeness, biographical information and essay and/or interview excerpts for marketing purposes without further compensation or right of approval, unless prohibited by law. All federal and state laws apply.

Nufarm Parties will not be responsible for: late, incomplete, or incorrect applications; an applicant’s failure to receive notices or for applicant’s provision of incorrect or otherwise non-functioning contact information; or any technical, hardware, software or network issues. If, in Nufarm’s opinion, there is suspected evidence of cheating or tampering with any portion of the scholarship program or application that compromise the fairness of the scholarship program, Nufarm reserves the right to, in its sole discretion, cancel or modify the scholarship program or reject applications in a manner deemed appropriate by Nufarm.

Applicants under the age of 18 at the time of acceptance must have a parent or guardian agree to these scholarship application rules. An agreement form will be provided.