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2019 ‘Picture Chelan County’ contest begins

By on May 28, 2019 in Outdoor Fun with 0 Comments
A previous winner in the “Water” category is this photo of a raging water through the Icicle gorge by Dale Blair.

By Amanda Newell

From the ridge tops to the valley bottom, Chelan County provides residents and visitors alike with a spectacular place to live, work and play.

In celebration of everything the county’s natural resources provide, the Cascadia Conservation District will host a photo contest.

Anyone age 13 and up who shares our appreciation for Chelan County’s natural resources is invited to participate. Entries will be accepted from interested members of the public for six categories including: plants, wildlife, agriculture, recreation, landscapes and water. 

If funding allows, the winning photos will also be included in a 2020 stewardship calendar. The calendar will be designed to include suggestions of things citizens can do to be better natural resource stewards.

The contest is open through Oct. 1. Submit entries on the photo contest page of Cascadia’s website: http://cascadiacd.org/photo-contest_347.html. 

If you have questions about the contest or would like to be a sponsor contact: AmandaL@cascadiacd.org.

Amanda Newell is the Education and Outreach Specialist for Cascadia Conservation District.

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