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Offered by Washington Wine Industry Foundation
The Walter J. Clore Scholarship annually awards at least $1,000 to multiple college students studying any wine or other viticulture-related discipline. The scholarship was established in 1997 by the Washington Winegrowers Association in honor of Dr. Clore’s grape research and lifetime achievements in the fields of viticulture and enology. Working with growers, Dr. Clore and his colleagues published information on grape varieties, diseases, insects, mineral nutrition, irrigation, cover crops, weed control, and climatological effects. To learn more about the Clore scholarship, we recommend checking out this summary of each of the WWIF’s Scholarship’s Requirements.
If you’re a college student with a passion for studying any wine or viticulture-related discipline, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is a network of growers, winemakers, goods-and-services providers, and wine-lovers with a shared vision of a thriving Washington wine industry. As one of the industry's few 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, Washington Wine Industry Foundation is able to "build, steward, and distribute funding for the industry in a way that others cannot."
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
Food Science/Nutrition, Horticulture/Floriculture
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Letters of Recommendation
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