This scholarship was established in 2015 by the Green Family, partners in Heritage Family Farms. We are a fifth generation corn and soybean farm located in Douglas County, Illinois. Our passion for agriculture is generations deep and we desire to share this passion with the next generation. The purpose of the scholarship is to aid a worthy individual in furthering his/her education in an agricultural field.
Any high school senior attending Arcola, Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond, Tuscola or Villa Grove High Schools, that is pursuing an agricultural field of study at a community college or university is encouraged to apply!
Click HERE for the 2018 application or see your school guidance council for a copy.
Avery Schrock from Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond High School was the first recipient of the Heritage Family Farms Agricultural Scholarship. He is headed to the University of Illinois, Parkland Pathways program studying Agricultural Business Management. Avery has a promising future ahead of him!
Cade Day was the 2016 recipient of the Heritage Family Farms Scholarship. Cade worked for our farm for a few summers and attended Arthur Lovington Atwood Hammond High School. He will be pursuing a degree from the University of Illinois in Agribusiness Markets and Management. We wish Cade nothing but the best in his very bright future!
In 2017, a graduate of Arcola High School was chosen to receive our scholarship. Jennifer's family has a long history in agriculture and she plans to pursue a degree in Agriculture Communications from the University of Illinois, Parkland Pathways Program. We congratulate Jennifer on her outstanding high school career and wish her the best in her upcoming studies at the U of I and Parkland Pathways.