2021 NACD poster contest:
HEALTHY FORESTS, HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
Trees are vital. As the biggest plants on the planet, they absorb carbon from the atmosphere, stabilize the soil, filter water, provide healthy habitat for wildlife and offer many additional benefits – for nature, people and biodiversity. Not only is it necessary to protect existing trees and plant new ones, but it’s also important to advocate and educate about trees and forest conservation within your community.
The annual conservation poster contest provides students an opportunity to convey their thoughts about soil, water, and related natural resource issues through art. It also highlights the educational outreach efforts of conservation districts and their state associations, auxiliaries and agencies. The contest follows the annual stewardship theme developed and sponsored by the National Association of Conservation Districts.
new castle county
2020 NACD Poster contest
Congratulations to the 2020 DELAWARE Conservation Poster Contest Winners!
There were 164 poster entries in this year’s Conservation Poster Contest. A panel of judges from DNREC reviewed the 1st place posters from each Conservation District/County to select state winners. The state winners receive a $50 cash award from the Delaware Association of Conservation Districts. The state winners are submitted to the National Association of Conservation Districts for national level judging. The winners will be announced in February as part of the NACD national virtual conference.
You can check out the county level winners by visiting their websites:
New Castle County- https://www.newcastlecd.org/education
K & 1st Grades
2nd & 3rd grades
1st grader from Academy of Dover
3rd grader from Cedar Lane E. S.
6th grader from Odyssey Charter School
7th grader from Cab Calloway School of the Arts
10th grader from Tower Hill School
Langley Grace Marvel
11th grader from Del Castle High School