A Southern Alberta farm girl has been awarded one of the national 4-H L.E.A.D scholarships this year.
Courtney Taylor from Warner, along with three other outstanding 4-H members from across the country, will all be rewarded with $20,000 towards their schooling, a trip to the 4-H Leadership awards in Ottawa, and be paired with a mentor who's an expert in the recipients field of study.
According to Taylor's bio posted on the 4-H Canada website, she grew up on a cow-calf operation and is studying at the University of Saskatchewan this Fall working towards a Diploma of Agribusiness.
She plans to return to her family ranch with improved skills and knowledge to implement on the operation once her schooling is complete.
She was awarded the scholarship under the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Pillar.Click here to see more...