Winners Announced in State Poster Contest on Healthy Forests

The 10-12th grade winning poster by Kathryn Polstra (Columbia County).

PACD is pleased to announce the five state-level winners of the National Association of Conservation Districts 2021 “Healthy Forests Healthy Communities” poster contest.

The winners in each age category are:

K – 1st Grade: Cora Petrunak, Lehigh County

2nd – 3rd Grade: Riley Thomas, Cambria County

4th – 6th Grade: Brock Wharton, Cambria County

7th – 9th Grade: Evelyn Warner, Cambria County

10th – 12th Grade: Kathryn Polstra, Columbia County

To promote the importance of trees, students from kindergarten through twelfth grades entered posters conveying their thoughts and ideas through original artwork. Submissions were judged based on the entry’s conservation message, visual effectiveness, originality, and universal appeal.

PACD thanks all of the participants in the contest for their interest and dedication to conservation. Best wishes to the state-level winners in the upcoming national judging competition.

For more information about the NACD poster contest, visit http://www.nacdnet.org/general-resources/stewardship-and-education-materials/contests.

Click here to read the press release. 

 

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