LITCHFIELD — Nonprofits and students in northwest Litchfield County are invited to apply for a competitive grant and scholarships during Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation’s winter grants cycle.
For nonprofits, there is the Green Pastures Fund, which supports nonprofit organizations or public entities that encourage or preserve small, community-based agricultural ventures. Applications are due March 1.
Applications for the following scholarships are due March 15.
The Andrea Wagner Women in Science Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to female residents of the Berkshire Taconic region who are currently enrolled at a four-year college and majoring in math, chemistry, engineering or physical sciences.
The Ben Paley Scholarship Fund supports seniors graduating from public high schools in northwest Litchfield County and Berkshire County who wish to study music at a two- or four-year college or university.
The Ferris Burtis Scholarship Fund sponsors graduating high school seniors who have been accepted at a conservatory or school of music to pursue a career in classical music.
The George and Lucille Buterbaugh Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to graduating seniors who are residents of Salisbury.
The Karen Kisslinger Scholarship Fund supports students of Housatonic Valley Regional High School who have a demonstrated interest and passion for holistic, health and wellness practices.
The Teddy Lee Drumm Memorial Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to residents of Sharon who have been accepted at an accredited college, university, vocational-technical or professional institute, as well as prior Drumm recipients.
Applicants apply online at berkshiretaconic.org.