We’re dedicated to keeping our conference accessible for all who wish to attend through scholarship and workshare opportunities. Apply by January 15, 2020.
Workshare opportunities are open to all.
Participate in our workshare program—which starts in December and extends until after the conference in February—to reduce your conference registration costs in exchange for lending us a helping hand. Workshare participants trade between four and twelve hours of work to cover up to two days of registration costs. Workshare participants may also apply for scholarship support.
If you don’t need financial assistance to cover conference registration fees but would like to lend a helping hand by volunteering, learn more here.
Scholarships are open to aspiring farmers and current farmers of all experience levels.
Apply for a scholarship to cover up to two days of registration costs. Meals, lodging, and travel are not covered.
Registration funding for aspiring and beginning farmers is provided by the Arias M. Brownback Memorial Scholarship Fund. PASA also awards general support to experienced farmers from a pool that is approved by the Board of Directors. Additional funds are awarded in the name of our sponsors.
PASA is partnering with the Farmer Veteran Coalition to provide additional support to current and aspiring veteran farmers. Apply using the link below to cover registration costs, then be in touch with Sarah Dachos at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the $200 travel stipend.
Thanks to funding from the Heinz Endowments, PASA is able to provide a travel, lodging, and meal stipends to farmers from Western PA. Apply using the link below.