Washington Wheat Ambassador Program

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Learn more about this amazing leadership program available to high school seniors. Two college scholarships available, $2,500 and $2,000. Parents must be members of the Washington Association of Wheat Growers. Keep checking back for the 2016 application.


2015/16 Wheat Ambassadors named

KulmTaylor Kulm

Taylor is the daughter of Randy and Debbie Kulm of Lind, Wash. Taylor maintains a strong GPA while being active in numerous 4H and FFA activities, serving as an officer for both and competing nationally in marketing plan, placing 4th, and most recently in Agronomy. Community service activities are also a focus for Taylor, including a project where she raised pink pumpkins, with funds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Taylor plans on attending Washington State University to study Ag Technology and Production Management.

GalbreathHallie Jo Galbreath

Hallie Jo is the daughter of Greg and Connie Galbreath of Ritzville, Wash. Hallie Jo has maintained strong scholastic achievement in high school while being very active in school and community activities. Among her list of interests include serving as an FFA and ASB officer, competitive dance and cheerleading. She currently holds the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Ritzville. She participates in community service through her various roles. Hallie Jo gained an appreciation for Ag Business & Economics after participating in the FFA marketing contest, placing 4th in the nation, along with competing nationally in soils evaluation, and she plans to pursue an education in these fields.

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