Frances Sylvia Zverina Horticulture Scholarship in USA: Awards of $12,500 will be made to the student who plans a career in horticulture and related disciplines. The award will be sent directly to the student’s bursar account for payment toward tuition and books.
The purpose of the Western Reserve Herbal Society (WRHS) is to promote the knowledge and use of herbal medicine, and to contribute the experience and research results of its members to the horticultural and scientific records, and to disseminate this information through multiple channels.
WRHS was established on May 22, 1943 and soon became a unit of the American Herbal Medicine Association. Therefore, members can not only enjoy the many benefits of joining WRHS, but also the benefits of belonging to a national organization.
WRHS members enjoy meetings, seminars, herbal product production, herbal planting, field trips, gardening, and the friendship of like-minded people. Outside of the conference, members exchange and share information in the member area of the website and the monthly member newsletter Herb Scents.
WRHS Herb Garden is located in the Cleveland Botanical Garden at the University Circle in Cleveland, Ohio. It is one of the largest herb gardens in the country and is widely recognized for its design and quality. Sometimes it is a place for members or gardening students to conduct research or experiments.
WRHS offers scholarships to college students in gardening or related fields each year. The Herb Garden and scholarships are among the projects that benefit from funds raised by the Herb Fair and WRHS seminars in the fall of each year.
This Frances Sylvia Zverina Horticulture Scholarship in USA is open to students who have completed the 2nd/Sophomore year of undergraduate study. The applicant must be attending an accredited college or university in the United States and have achieved a grade point average of 3.2 or above.
Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate exceptional dedication to horticulture and whose career goals may involve work in areas such as teaching/research, the public or nonprofit sector, or sustainable agriculture.
Applicants for Frances Sylvia Zverina Horticulture Scholarship must meet all of the following criteria:
The scholarship award of $12,500 will be made to the student who plans a career in horticulture and related disciplines. The award will be sent directly to the student’s bursar account for payment toward tuition and books.
USA Citizen or permanent resident
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