The 2021 poster contest is dedicated to Woodsy Owl’s 50th birthday! Students from first through fifth grade are invited to participate in the 2021 Poster Contest! Brought to you by the National Garden Clubs, Inc. and the US Forest Service.
Help us celebrate Woodsy's birthday by observing conservation practices and by participating in the poster contest. The U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service and the National Garden Clubs, Inc. are giving students the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of basic environmental conservation principles through original drawings of Woodsy Owl.
Send 2021 entries to your State Woodsy Owl or State Youth Chair by January 22, 2021.
WOODSY OWL SAYS: LEND A HAND—CARE FOR THE LAND! AND GIVE A HOOT – DON’T POLLUTE!
Woodsy Owl is America’s icon for the conservation of the environment. Since 1971, Woodsy has helped parents and teachers inspire children to observe, explore, and care for the environment. He challenges children to “Lend a Hand, Care for the Land!” and to take an active role in caring for the land through recycling, reusing, and reducing waste, planting and caring for trees, using resources wisely, and not littering.
See the 2020 winner and finalist submissions here!
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For more information, contact: Pat Smith, Poster Contest Chairman