Friends of the Stockmen’s Memorial Foundation Award
The Stockmen’s Memorial Foundation was officially organized in 1980 by fifty founding members comprised of ranchers, farmers and individuals to commemorate the Canadian livestock industry. Created with a generous donation by Dr. Bob Church, a member of the pioneering Church family, the award recognizes their legacy, contributions, continuance and preservation of western traditions.
One or more awards valued at approximately $1,000, are applied directly to tuition.
The applicant must:
- Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
- Be entering second year or beyond in an Agriculture or Agriculture-related Program at a Canadian post-secondary institution.
- Demonstrate academic achievement and community involvement.
- Write a short original essay (500-750 words) describing their agricultural background, historical family connections, connection to the livestock/agriculture industry in Western Canada and aspirations to continue the tradition.