Kaedy Pardew-Peck

Eagle, Idaho

Project Detail

Kaedy Pardew-Peck grew up in Eagle, Idaho working on her family’s farm growing and harvesting alfalfa and grass hay for their livestock. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends in the great outdoors – camping, fishing, boating, or soaking up the hot Idaho sun. Kaedy is a freshman at the University of Idaho studying Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS).  She is also involved in the following University’s extracurricular activities; the State of Idaho Future Farmers of America (FFA) Leadership Conference as an U of I Intern Workshop Coordinator, community and volunteer projects for the U of I Sigma Alpha Beta Epsilon Tau Professional Agricultural Sorority and serving on the U of I Residence Housing Association LLC Community Council as Upham Hall Representative and participating on the RHA Leadership Committee. Kaedy’s career goal is to continue to connect her passions and education towards the growth of agriculture in local, state, national and/or world markets.

Parents: Ann Pardew-Peck & Bryant Peck
College: University of Idaho
Sponsor: Interwest Supply
Scholarship Amount:  $500 Travis Pattern  Foundry Scholarship + Kermit & Candy Cochran $100 Scholarship = $600 IIEA Scholarship