Scholarships

Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation is pleased to offer two scholarships each year.  Applicants can apply for both scholarships if they meet the qualifications and can apply and receive the scholarship more than once.

 
 
Darby Harris of Morning Sun is the 2017 recipient of the Paris Scholarship.

Darby Harris of Morning Sun is the 2017 recipient of the Paris Scholarship.

Paris Family Scholarship

William J. Paris was a lifelong resident, farmer and sportsman of Louisa County who had a deep appreciation for the area's natural resources.  Following Bill's death in 2009, his family chose to recognize Bill's life and his commitment to conservation by establishing the William J. Paris Scholarship.  The objective of the scholarship is to provide financial support to Louisa County students who share Bill's commitment and appreciation of natural resources and conservation.

 
Eli Sents is the 2017 recipient of the Tri-Rivers Director's Scholarship.

Eli Sents is the 2017 recipient of the Tri-Rivers Director's Scholarship.

Tri-Rivers Director's Scholarship

Tri-Rivers Conservation Foundation strives to promote conservation and outdoor recreation in and around the Louisa Resource Area.  This is accomplished through environmental education, preservation, protection and land management.  The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial support to area students who share our commitment and appreciation of natural resources and conservation.