Support Forest Conservation – Enter the 2021 Conservation Poster Contest
Educate and inspire your community by supporting forest conservation with your own unique creation. What if we had no trees?!? Think of all the vital roles trees play in our lives. Trees provide oxygen, absorb carbon which helps combat climate change, stabilize soil to prevent erosion, produce food for humans and animals, provide habitat/support the local ecosystem, filter pollution, regulate the water cycle, give us beauty and positive mental health benefits, and provide us with products such as paper, rubber, medicine, building materials and so much more! Entries due by May 17th, 2021. This contest is open to all Loudoun County public, private and homeschooled students in grades K—12.
Amanda Patel (Newton School, K-1)
Check out our 2020 Conservation Poster Contest Winners! Two of our local winners, Viraj Nimkar and Mihir Nimkar won at the state level, and Viraj went on to win first place in the nation for his poster! Thank you for supporting our precious pollinators!
Viraj Nimkar (Rosa Lee Carter, 2-3)
Mihir Nimkar (Stone Hill, 4-6)
Elise Hannah (Loudoun Valley, 7-9)
Katie Ramboyong (Freedom,10-12)