The Camden Garden Club welcomes applicants to its scholarship program. Scholarships are being offered to graduating seniors and post-graduate students of Camden Hills Regional High School. Scholarships are available to students pursuing a degree in the following areas of study: Horticulture; Environmental Science; Forestry; Landscape Architecture/Landscape Design; Conservation; Conservation Law (Game Warden); Agricultural Studies; and other related subjects.
For current students, the application is available to Class of 2023 Seniors through the Camden Hills Regional High School White Folder as part of their advisory process. For alumni, the application is available online on the Camden Hills Regional High School website under Local Scholarships for Alumni. All applications are due April 30 to the Camden Hills Regional High School guidance office. More information can be found on the Club’s website at camdengardenclub.org.
Funding for the Club’s scholarship program comes from the Club’s fall and spring plant sales, donations, and other activities. The Club is always accepting donations to support its work. Donations are fully tax-deductible and can be made directly through the Club’s website at camdengardenclub.org.
The oldest garden club in Maine, the Camden Garden Club cultivates the art of gardening to its fullest sense, develops and preserves beauty in and around Camden, and promotes civic improvements, education, and conservation of natural resources. For more information on the Club and its activities visit camdengardenclub.org.
Past recipients of 2014 Camden Garden Club scholarships. Pictured: (left to right) Camden Garden Club Scholarship Committee Chair Priscilla Granston, scholarship recipients Lucas Fischer and Emma McGurren of Camden Hills Regional High School, Camden Garden Club Scholarship Committee member Fran Moore. Photo courtesy of Camden Garden Club. Originally published in PenBay Pilot 6.14.2019.