Saturday, 26 November 2022

Conservation district awards scholarships

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lake County Resource Conservation District has presented three $500 awards to Lake County scholars, as part of its ongoing Meisenbach Scholarship Program.

The recipients are graduating seniors, one from Lower Lake and two from Middletown.

Michael Taliaferro from Lower Lake will enter the Environmental Science Program at Sacramento State University.

Abigail Elder from Middletown will attend the University of Hawaii, majoring in animal science.

Nash Field, also from Middletown, will enter the Fire Science Program at Santa Rosa Junior College.

The scholarship program was established to honor the late Frank Meisenbach, a longtime farmer and Lake County resident.

Meisenbach was a valued board member of the Resource Conservation District, a special district of the state of California that acts as a guardian of air, water, soil, wildlife and forests.

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