Watershed Watch Earth Day 2022 Poster Challenge
Make a splash and show us your skills!
Enter the Watershed Watch Earth Day Poster Challenge and share your vision for clean waterways in Santa Clara Valley! Make your entry by Earth Day, April 22nd, and do your part to be a watershed watcher and help prevent urban runoff pollution.
The contest is open for K-12 students in Santa Clara County and will be judged by age groups. Visit www.mywatershedwatch.org/EarthDay for more details.
Enter the Watershed Watch Earth Day Poster Challenge to share your vision for clean waterways in Santa Clara Valley. Winners from each grade bracket will receive cash prizes, $250 for first place winners, and $150 for second place winners, and have their art featured to promote water pollution prevention.
Choose one of the following questions to respond to in your poster:
• Why are local waterways (creeks, rivers, lakes) important to you?
• How can you prevent water pollution?
Explore www.MyWatershedWatch.org for inspiration!
The contest is open to K-12 students residing in Santa Clara County. Entries will be judged and awarded in three brackets:
• K – 5th grade
• 6th – 8th grade
• 9th – 12th grade
Artwork will be judged on originality, clarity and expression of theme.
How to Enter
1. For art entries not created digitally, scan your artwork at 300 dpi or take a photo of the art on a flat surface or wall with good lighting and no shadow, camera directly in front of it (not at an angle).
2. Save the image to your computer as a PDF.
3. Name the PDF following this convention: FirstnameLastnameCityGrade. For example: JaneDoeSanJose4.
4. Complete the entry form on http://www.mywatershedwatch.org/EarthDay/
5. Attach your correctly named PDF document.
This program is brought to you by a partnership between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society, and the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program. To learn more about how you can help protect your local watersheds, habitats at the Refuge, and the Bay, visit: http://www.mywatershedwatch.org/