WSN & WYS Region


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Eligible Counties

  • Montana - Big Horn, Carbon, Rosebud, Stillwater, Treasure and Yellowstone
  • Wyoming - Big Horn, Fremont, Hot Springs, Park and Washakie

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Congratulations Huntley Project FFA & Ag Department!

The 2023 Homegrown Giving award winner for the WSN & WYS region

Huntley Project Schools offer welding and college welding classes to help teach students a skillset they can use after graduation. The donation allows for expansion of their welding program by purchasing additional wire-feed welders. These additions will help students stay up to date with workplace operations and ensure they are well-trained and positioned to be successful in a trade career. A portion of the donation will also be used to expand the agriculture department’s curriculum.

Every Award Winner Has A Different Story

Watch to learn more about the 2023 Homegrown Giving Award Winner for the WSN/WYS Region.

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QUOTES ABOUT THE PROGRAM

“There is an increasing need for students with workplace-ready skills in the agriculture trade industries. I’m grateful to ACH Seeds and their Homegrown Giving program for helping us provide the tools needed to continue promoting trade careers and help prepare students for the workforce.” – Mark Wandle, Huntley Project Schools Superintendent

“We are proud to partner with Huntley Project Schools and support their efforts in the community. They offer students the chance to change the trajectory of their career path through hands-on learning opportunities. Whether the students become ag mechanics or ag engineers, they will be supporting the future of agriculture, which is what the Homegrown Giving program is all about.” – Steve Skaalure, ACH Seeds Sales Manager

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