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PRODUCERS Scholarship Program

Each year, five scholarships totaling $12,000 are available to graduating seniors in Austin, Bell, Brazos, Burleson, Falls, Grimes, Lee, Leon, Limestone, Madison, Milam, Montgomery, Robertson, Walker, Waller and Washington counties. Interested students are encouraged to contact the Texas 4-H Foundation at (979) 845-1213 for PRODUCERS scholarship information and qualifications.  Scholarship applications are available on the Texas 4-H Foundation website, http://www.texas4hfoundation.org/scholarships  or through their county extension office.


Educating Our Friends and Neighbors About Agriculture

From the Ground Up educates our friends and neighbors in the Brazos Valley about agriculture and its impact on their everyday lives. We talk with our members about their agricultural operations, academics about technological advancements and outreach, legislators about issues that impact rural life, and a host of other people who have insight to share about our nation's food and fiber. You can watch the weekly television segment at approximately 6:15 a.m. on Thursdays or during the Saturday 6 o'clock evening news on KBTX-TV 3, Bryan-College Station's CBS affiliate. Watch stories online.

PRODUCERS Saturday Class is a popular one-hour information class held for 12 weeks each spring and fall.  Held in our Ag Center, these classes are free and open to the public and cover a variety of topics for both agricultural producers and home landscapers/gardeners.  They are led by experts in the field, so come ready to learn all you wanted to know about agriculture and the home landscape and then some.  We'll see you in Class! 

Awesome Texas Agriculture increases student interest in the vital role that agriculture plays in their daily lives. It complements existing educational formats and allows teachers to easily embrace agricultural themes in the classroom. The latest issue reached thousands of classrooms and homes throughout Texas. Producers Cooperative partnered with other sponsors, the Texas Department of Agriculture and Newspapers in Education.