About Our Scholarship
We at Randy Rogers Wood Bison Foundation (RRWBF) look forward to offering our scholarship for the 2019–2020 school year. Applications will be open to Alaska students with extraordinary talent who can demonstrate that the return of wood bison will do at least one of the following: Inspire students to gain training in an aspect of wood bison conservation; enhance their community, or impact their professional development.
While all applications will be considered, we place heavy emphasis on a rural student and especially to a person from the Grayling, Anvik, Shageluk, or Holy Cross communities.
A scholarship applicant can choose to apply either electronically or by printing and mailing documents.
For more information about wood bison, visit the web sites of our partners. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center who housed, bred, fed, and kept healthy the bison in captivity from 2003–2015 and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game who are in charge of conservation and management of all of the wild wood bison in Alaska.