SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

Deadline: April 15, 2022

Pendleton Cattle Barons Scholarship

The Pendleton Cattle Barons Scholarship Program was designed to benefit students pursuing agricultural careers. Our past scholarship recipients have achieved degrees that led to careers such as agricultural business owners, large animal veterinarians and even agricultural lawyers among others. 

100% of the proceeds of the Pendleton Cattle Barons Weekend create scholarships for regional students attending college and majoring in agriculture. Within the last few years, Pendleton Cattle Barons weekend event was able to raise in excess of $25,000.00 for our scholarship program!

Protect The Harvest Scholarship 

In conjunction with Pendleton Cattle Barons (PCB) Scholarship, Protect the Harvest (PTH) is offering an additional scholarship for students who are or will be majoring in agriculture in college.

Requirements for the Protect The Harvest Scholarship:

  • Participation in Pendleton Cattle Barons Weekend is required to be eligible for scholarship

  • Major in Agriculture or Animal Science related fields of study

  • Must be from Umatilla, Morrow, Union or Wallowa Counties

  • Required minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA

  • Demonstrate scholarship, excellence and dedication to the ideals and mission of Protect the Harvest and the Pendleton Cattle Barons

 

The animal rights movement in America, led by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), has evolved into a wealthy and successful attack group determined to end the consumption of meat, threaten consumer access to affordable food, eliminate hunting, outlaw rodeos and circuses and even ban animal ownership.

Protect the Harvest was created to fight back and defend American families, farmers, sportsmen and animal lovers from the growing threat posed by the radical animal right movement. We have three objectives:

  1. INFORM America’s consumers, businesses and decision-makers about the true nature and reach of animal rights groups like the humane Society of the United States (HSUS)and the potential consequences of their agenda,
     

  2. PROTECT our freedoms and way of life by creating lasting legal safeguards for farmers, sportsmen and animal owners,
     

  3. RESPOND to the activities of radical groups like the HSUS by opposing their efforts to pass laws or enact regulations that would restrict the rights and freedoms of farmers, sportsmen and animal owners.

 

If you have questions, please call: Nick Michael 509-240-5841 or nicholas.j.michael1981@gmail.com.