It’s a priority at Prince George’s County Farm Bureau to give our next generation the tools they need to succeed.

Apply for Prince George’s County Farm Bureau’s, 2022 Scholarships. Deadline: February 4, 2022.  

Scholarship Winner 
Jordan E. Frazier is a Richard A. Henson honors student, a member of the Dean’s List at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) and holds a weighted cumulative 3.65 GPA. He is a 2021 USDA 1890 National Scholar and an UMES Land Grant Scholar who serves in a leadership role as Mr. MANNRS, in the UMES Chapter of Minorities in Agriculture Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANNRS). In this role, Jordan represents UMES at national conferences and events to promote diversity in agriculture and community engagement. He is pursuing a degree in Agribusiness with a minor in Business Administration with the goal of eradicating food deserts in urban neighborhoods by partnering with local farmers to transport fresh fruits and vegetables to those areas. When his schedule allows, he loves volunteering with the Master’s Touch Ministry at his church, Reid Temple A.M.E., to prepare and serve food to the homeless community in the metropolitan area of Washington, DC.

Alisa Evans attends Alcorn State University in Lorman, Mississippi where she is currently a junior majoring in Agriculture with a concentration in Veterinary Medicine. Her career goal is to become a Global Health Veterinarian and wants to work to meet the challenges of animal and environmental health on a global level.  Alisa is currently the President of the FFA Alcorn chapter. She is also a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS), the Animal Science club and many more. In her spare time, Alisa is also the manager for the Alcorn Soccer Team and enjoys volunteering at the local humane society

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