Environmental Poster and Essay Contest

2012 Poster, Speech, Essay, PowerPoint, and Electronic Poster contest:

“Wetlands Are Wonderful” 

Poster Winners
Third Grade
First Place — Marli Cohen    Transylvania SWCD

Second Place—Rachel Tarkington Camden Soil & Water

Fourth Grade
First Place—Mia Farnham  Guilford SWCD-

Second Place—Lauryn Bell  Macon SWCD—

Fifth  Grade
First place- Carlee Arrowood  Rutherford SWCD

Second Place—Rachel Halterman  Franklin SWCD

Sixth Grade
First Place—Rowan Renfroe   New River SWCD

Second Place—Gavin Rickard    Cabarrus SWCD

Essay Winners
First Place—Robert Grubbs   Davidson SWCD

Second Place—Jaden Reams   Franklin SWCD

Power point
1st—Area 8—Hannah Watson —Cabarrus SWCD

2nd –Area 1—Natalie Swaim— Haywood SWCD

Computer generated Posters
1st–  Area 3—Taylor Adams— Randolph SWCD

2nd — Area 4—Chase Fletcher—Durham SWCD

Speech Contest winners

Grade 7
1st place  Stephen Finch—Wayne SWCD

2nd Place—Alli Love— Cabarrus SWCD

Speech Contest winners Grade 8
1st Place Vedant Kar—Edgecombe SWCD

2nd place—Maris Bey—Yadkin SWCD

 

2011 State Poster & Essay Contest Theme:

” Water – The Cycle of Life”

Winning posters and essays advancing from local soil and water conservation district area contests are entered into the annual N.C. state level poster and essay contest held in late April at the Archdale Building in downtown Raleigh.  The poster contest is for 3rd through 6th grades and the essay contest is for 6th graders.  Carefully chosen judges evaluate posters by grade level to determine first and second place winners based on criteria previously set by the N.C. Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts.  The association awards $200 to first place winners, $100 to second place winners and certificates to every participant at the state level.   The contest, workshop and award handbook can be viewed HERE.

Click on the links below to view posters and essays from last year’s contest theme, “The Living Soil.”

For more information about the poster and essay contest, please contact your local soil and water conservation district.  HERE is a link to a list of soil and water conservation district offices.  Or, email Steve Bennett, division coordinator, at steve.bennett@ncdenr.gov.

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