Bruce Webster Scholarship

The Tennessee Urban Forestry Council is proud to offer a scholarship to a college student studying urban forestry.  The scholarship recipient will receive $1000 and will be invited to attend the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council’s fall conference.
Scholarship – Applicant Requirements:
  • Have a minimum college GPA of 3.0
  • Be a U.S. citizen AND a Tennessee resident
  • Attend a Tennessee college or university
  • Be a college junior or senior
  • Be enrolled in a forestry program that has an urban forestry concentration 
  • Scholarship – Submission Requirements:
  • Complete the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council scholarship application
  • Submit college transcripts
  • Write a short essay (typed one page or less) that describes the applicant’s academic achievements, work experience, community involvement, career plan and goals.
  • Submit two recommendation letters (including one teacher or advisor).
  • Winner of the Scholarship will be invited to attend the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council’s fall conference to receive acknowledgement of the scholarship award, meet council members, and give a short talk.

    Applications will be received January 1- April 1.   All applications must be postmarked on or before April 1, 2019.  Please note that late applications will not be eligible.

    Previous Winners

    Sam Peyton

    2015 Bruce Webster Scholarship Winner

    Owner of TN Tree Pros LLC

    Campbell Casseb

    2016 Bruce Webster Scholarship Winner

    Bartlett Tree Experts

    Nicholas Herron

    2017 Bruce Webster Scholarship Winner

    Graduates May 2018


    Apply between January 1st and April 1st


    Scholarship Winner
    Bruce Webster Scholarship Plaque

    Online Application

    In addition to this application, please include:

    1. Copy of college transcripts
    2. Two recommendation letters (including one teacher or advisor)
    3. One page typed essay that may include the following: academic achievements, work experience (describing your duties and responsibilities), community involvement, and career plan and goals.