2019 Poster Contest
Learn about our watershed by entering the 2019 NJ Conservation Poster Contest. Cash prizes are awarded.
The theme for the 2019 Conservation Poster Contest is:
“Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper” is the theme of the 2019 NJ Conservation Poster Contest. The contest is open to students in grades 2-12 and cash prizes are awarded at the local and State levels. Students are encouraged to understand the importance of watersheds.
District prizes are awarded in four age divisions (2-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12) and winners will receive $100, $75 or $50 for first, second and third place. First place posters will go on to compete at the State level for additional prize money.
2019 Poster Contest brochure
2017 District level Winners
|1st Place Maggie Li, East Brunswick|
|2nd Place Sage Basri, Rumson|
|1st Place Amanda Zhu, Edison|
|2nd Place Gracy Bhardwaj, Edison|
|3rd Place Sydney Skarbek, Spring Lake Heights|
|1st Place Xinyi Zhang, Kendall Park|
|2nd Place Catherine Yang, East Brunswick|
|3rd Place Chris Hong, East Brunswick|
|1st Place Risha Thiru, Monroe|
|2nd Place Zaynah Gupta, Monroe|
State Level Winners Announced
The Freehold District 1st place winning entries were submitted for the State level competition of the NJ Conservation Poster Contest. Maggie Li placed third and Xinyi Zhang placed first at the State level and they received prize money and a certificate at an awards ceremony held at the NJ State Museum Auditorium in Trenton.
National Level Winners Announced
The Freehold District had one 1st place winner and two 3rd place winners at the National level competition for the 2016 Conservation Poster Contest. Tanvi Reddy was awarded first place and Chia-Hsuan Lin and Andrew Kim were awarded third place prizes and a certificate at an awards ceremony held at the NJ State Museum Auditorium in Trenton.
We would like to thank all the students, teachers and parents for participating in the 2017 Conservation Poster Contest exploring the theme: Healthy Soils Are Full of Life
The 2018 Poster Contest theme will relate to watersheds. Check back in late 2017 for information on the 2018 contest.