Species on the Edge Art and Essay Contest Now Accepting Submissions


Victoria Ford
December 09, 2020
By Victoria Ford

‘UNIQUE’: Eleven-calendar year-aged Sibylla Acosta’s award-profitable submission integrated a drawing of a black-topped night heron that she named Invoice. (Artwork by Sibylla Acosta)
The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey presents the once-a-year Species on the Edge Artwork and Essay Contest, open up to all fifth-graders in the state. Entry deadline is Jan. 31. Just one winner will be picked from each county.
Learners find one of much more than 80 endangered New Jersey species and produce a effectively-researched essay creatively advocating for that animal, along with an accompanying initial get the job done of artwork. The STEAM-dependent contest empowers middle schoolers to stand up for an endangered or threatened species. Ideal of all, it is easy, entertaining and totally free.
The contest package (which includes policies, species checklist and entry type) and trainer sources can be downloaded from conservewildlifenj.org. All entrants must choose a emphasis species from the point out Division of Fish and Wildlife’s formal checklist or the listing provided in the contest package.
Open up to all past and present winners of the Species on the Edge Art and Essay Contest, the Circle of Winners Club will offer exclusive entry to forthcoming wildlife occasions, educational and qualified networking, products reductions, and up-close and particular wildlife activities.  —V.F.

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