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Established in 2001, this scholarship recognizes outstanding Clatsop County students who are pursuing post-secondary education in horticulture or related fields such as (but not limited to) forestry, plant biology, agriculture, landscape architecture/design, floristry, landscape maintenance technology, education, and earth sciences. Clatsop County Master Gardener Association (CCMGA) provides research-based home horticulture advice, education and outreach to our community. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide incentives to those whose education and career paths align with our mission.

Scholarship Application

Applicants may be:

  • A Clatsop County high school senior or equivalent OR

  • A post-secondary student residing in Clatsop County

Funding Requirements:

  • The scholarship funds must be used for tuition, books, fees, and/or related expenses for a community college, vocational/technical school, or four-year college or university.

  • Once enrolled, you must send verification of registration no later than one month after the first day of class/training. Verification should be sent to: CCMGA Treasurer, OSU Extension, 2001 Marine Dr. #210, Astoria, OR  97103  

  • Funds will be sent directly to the school or training organization and deposited into your student account. Special arrangements can be made for one-time expenses for enrolling into a trade school or specialized training program. 

Application Requirements:  

  • Completed and legible application

  • Typed or written essay per guidelines on page 2 of application

  • Copy of high school transcript, graduation certificate or equivalent (as applicable)

  • Two letters of reference from any of the following:  teacher, counselor, employer or organization leader (4-H, FFA, scouts, youth group, sports, etc)


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2001 Marine Drive #210

Astoria, OR 97103

(503) 325-8573


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