Annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest
Start with a local contest at your school
While following the Poster Contest Rules and Guidelines, your students will design artwork that includes nongame wildlife and/or native plants. They then will compete at the local level in a school-wide poster contest. First-, second- and third-place winners should be chosen from your school’s entries for the local-level contest at your school.
All participating students can receive place award ribbons and a Give Wildlife a Chance certificate (refer to Contest Awards section).
Participating schools will choose one first place winner from each division and mail the winning entries to the State Botanical Garden of Georgia to compete in the state-level contest by the April 14, 2017 deadline. These entries will be comprised of the four division categories described in the Poster Contest Rules and Guidelines section. First-, second- and third-place winners will be chosen as state-level winners from each division level, and their artwork will be showcased on the DNR Wildlife Resources Flickr website as well as at the State Botanical Garden in Athens (May 10-17, 2017).
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