Producers Scholarship Program
Producers Cooperative is proud to continuously support youth in agriculture across the Brazos Valley and beyond in any way that we can. We are happy to announce that we will be offering a total of $20,000 in scholarships this year for 2024 graduating high school seniors! See the applicant requirements below.
- The applicant must be a child, grandchild, or legal dependent of an active member of Producers Cooperative Association that is in good standing.
- The applicant must be a graduating high school senior and have been accepted at an accredited Texas college, university, or technical school, enrolled in the first year of higher education.
- The applicant must have been involved in 4-H or FFA for at least the last three years. A background in agriculture will be demonstrated in application.
- Producers Cooperative has designated an independent Scholarship Committee. The Scholarship Committee shall review the applications and decide on all scholarship recipients.
- Producers Cooperative Scholarship Program excludes children, grandchildren, or legal dependents of individuals on the Producers Cooperative Association Board of Directors, Scholarship Committee, and individuals recognized as Senior Executives.
For more info and important dates, click the link below!
Producers Saturday Class
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!
From The Ground Up
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.