Attention Warren County residents: Warren County SWCD has scholarships available just for Warren County!

Each year, Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors awards $1,000 scholarships to qualifying selected high school and college students furthering their education in natural resource management, agriculture, forestry, equine science, wildlife, geography, ecology,  environmental science, or other related fields of study. There are two distinct programs: one for high school seniors entering a two or four-year degree program, and one for college students currently enrolled in a two or four-year degree program.

All application materials must be submitted by 4 p.m. Friday, March 3, 2023 in order to receive consideration for an award. To submit an application, email completed application form and all additional materials to [email protected]. 

Applications can also be mailed or delivered in person during business hours to:

Warren Co SWCD
Attn: Scholarships
320 E Silver St.
Lebanon, OH 45036

The Warren Co SWCD Board of Supervisors will evaluate all applications submitted and announce any awards by April 15, 2023. Questions? Contact Warren Co SWCD offices at (513) 695-1337.

Click here to access scholarship applications 

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