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2019 Inland Mendocino County Scholarship Application


The University of California Cooperative Extension and the Hopland Research and Extension Center want to enable all interested people to participate in the California Naturalist Program, regardless of financial considerations.  A limited number of need-based scholarships are available that will cover up to 50% of the early registration costs. Applications for financial aid must be received by January 31, 2019 for consideration.  All applicants will receive notification of their scholarship status by February 8. Scholarship applicants who do not receive a scholarship will still be able to register at the early registration price until February 22. Scholarships applicants only need to fill out the scholarship application (not the registration form) until they are informed of scholarship status.


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