We want everyone to be able to experience the energy and knowledge-sharing that make the MOSES Conference so special. If your financial situation makes it difficult to cover the complete cost, you may apply for a scholarship—see the list of options below.
Thanks to the generous financial support of the Ceres Foundation Inc., the Kevin Brussel Fund, individual donors, and our own resources, we are able to offer scholarships to this fantastic educational event.
Include a donation when you register for the conference, or donate now.
Types of Scholarships
- Full Conference
$240 Full-conference admission
- 190 Scholarship
$ 50 = Your cost
- One-day Conference
$ 140 One-day admission
- 110 Scholarship
$ 30 = Your cost
- Organic University
$200 Course admission
- 160 Scholarship
$ 40 = Your cost
- Children (ages 3-18)
Scholarships cover the cost of children’s registration ($45/day), which includes access to childcare, activities, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Childcare (ages 3-12) is available Friday and Saturday during the conference.
We strive to award as many scholarships as possible, giving priority to farmers. Scholarships are not awarded to prior-year recipients.
All applications received by Dec. 21, 2014 will be considered equally; there is no priority consideration based upon date applications are received.
Scholarship recipients will be notified in early January 2015. Please wait to hear from us regarding your application! Do not register for the conference until you have heard back from us in early January. Applicants who register before getting a response to their scholarship application will forfeit possible scholarship funds.
Once awarded a scholarship, recipients will have until Jan. 18, 2015 to formally accept their award by registering for the conference using the link provided in the award letter.
Fill out an application online or download the applications below.
Reduced price school group scholarships may be available. Contact the Scholarship Coordinator for details.
Cathy Olyphant, Scholarship Coordinator
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.