Bird & Crawford Forestry seeking scholarship applicants

Bird & Crawford Forestry seeking scholarship applicants

Bird & Crawford Forestry seeking scholarship applicantsBird and Crawford Forestry/Advanced Ecology Scholarship is accepting applications for scholarships for college students in the Earth Sciences and/or Natural Resource Management disciplines for the Fall semester of 2018.

Advanced Ecology Education Fund, Inc., (AEEF), a 501(c)(3) corporation, is managed by foresters and wildlife biologists. Bird & Crawford Forestry and Advanced Ecology strongly believe that, by nurturing and encouraging students to excel in the natural resource disciplines, we will further the cause of facilitating environmentally sound natural resource management.

Any individual actively pursuing a degree in natural resource management and currently enrolled in at least 12 semester hours found on an approved degree plan at Stephen F. Austin State University, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University, or Louisiana Tech University is invited to apply. 

For complete scholarship guidelines, criteria and application forms, contact a member of the AEEF committee at:

Advanced Ecology, Ltd. 

c/o AEEF Scholarship Allocation Committee 

2557 State Highway 7 East 

Center, Texas 75935

Also, as a 501(c)(3) corporation, a donation to the AEEF is fully tax deductible. Please contact us if you are interested in donating.  

For more information on how Bird & Crawford Forestry can help you set and reach your land management goals, visit:

http://www.birdandcrawford.com

 

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