The CCOF Foundation's Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund provides support for organic education from kindergarten through college. Certified K-8 teachers in the United States can submit grant requests up to $1,000, to incorporate organic into their classroom's project-based learning. The CCOF Foundation also offers grants to higher education and vocational students pursuing organic agriculture programs, to help with tuition and educational expenses. Applicants must be enrolled in educational programs in the United States that will benefit their careers in organic agriculture, including vocational training/certificate programs, junior college/two-year degree programs, and bachelor’s/four-year undergraduate degrees.
The application deadline for both programs is May 15, 2018.
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