The Monsanto Fund sponsored America’s Farmers Grow Communities program is now in it’s fifth year and has successfully invested more than $16 million in individual nonprofit organizations across rural America. The program allows farmers to enter to win $2,500 for the community non-profit that is most important to them. Washington state 2014 winners include the Kamiakin High School FFA in Kennewick, the Columbia Basin Junior Livestock Shows - Connell, the Walla Walla County Safe Harbor Support Center, Riverside Christian School in Yakima, and the New Life Christian School. In Oregon the Morrow County 4-H Leaders Council and Adrian High School - Football were selected winners. Idaho winners included Love INC Treasure Valley, the Wendall Rural Fire District, the Silver and Gold Senior Center in Jerome, the Twin Falls County Fair Foundation, and the Acequia Elementary School and Minidoka County School District. Farmers have until November 30th to enroll in the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program for 2015. So go ahead, help great things happen in your community - visit americasfarmers.com and enroll today.