Poster Contest

General Information: The contest has five categories: K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. The Gulf Coast Soil and Water Conservation District will award the following prizes in each category: 1st Place- $50.00, 2nd Place- $25.00, and 3rd Place- $10.00. Each categories 1st place local district winner will be entered in the state competition, which will be judged by a small panel of judges. In the state competition 1st winners will be awarded with $75.00 and 2nd place winners will receive $50.00. The 1st place winners in the state contest will be sent to the national poster competition, where they will compete in the national level. National 1st place winners receive $100 and 2nd place winners receive $75.

2018

This year’s theme is:

Entry Form: 2018 Entry Form

Press Release: 2018 Poster Press Release

Teacher’s Memo: 2018 Teachers Memo

Educational / Informational PowerPoint: Watersheds_PPP-2

Resource Materials:

Promo-Flyer

Watersheds-Resources

2017

This year’s theme is:

Local Level

The Annual Poster Contest for 2017 was held on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the Lake Charles USDA Service Center. The judges this year were: Ms. Brittany Bourg (Assistant Extension Agent at the Cameron Parish LSU AgCenter), Ms. Meghan Moser (NRCS Soil Conservationist), and Mr. Bradley Pousson (Extension Agent at the Cameron Parish LSU AgCenter). The judges were presented with 16 total entries from the following school(s):

1. AM Barbe High School

2. Episcopal Day School

3. Grand Lake School

4. Johnson Bayou High School


WINNERS

2-3

1st Place – Paylnn Fontenot of Grand Lake School

2nd Place – Mason Babineaux of Grand Lake School

3rd Place – Madison Trahan of Grand Lake School

4-6

1st Place – Dallas Sandifer of Johnson Bayou High School

10-12

1st Place – Alexandra Albrecht of AM Barbe High School

2016

This year’s theme is:

NACD Logo_Final_PTHS

Local Level

The Annual Poster Contest for 2016 was held on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at the Lake Charles USDA Service Center. The judges this year were: Ms. Brittany Bourg (Assistant Extension Agent at the Cameron Parish LSU AgCenter), Mrs. Andrea Gorum (Vegetative and WRE Technician for Gulf Coat SWCD), and Mr. Bradley Pousson (Extension Agent at the Cameron Parish LSU AgCenter). The judges were presented with 12 total entries from the following school(s):

1. Episcopal Day School

2. Johnson Bayou High School

3. W. W. Lewis Middle School


WINNERS

4-6

1st Place – Makenzie Trahan of Johnson Bayou HS

2nd Place – Neely Khan of Episcopal Day School

3rd Place – Makala Snyder of Johnson Bayou HS 

 

7-9

1st Place – Shadia Mustafa of Episcopal Day School

2nd Place – Emma Nixon of Episcopal Day School

3rd Place – Hugo Perez of W. W. Lewis MS

 

 

 

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