Youth conservation poster contest winners

Published 6:00 am Wednesday, June 3, 2020

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The Piedmont Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual Youth Conservation Poster Contest theme for 2020 was, “Where Would We BEE Without Pollinators?” Each participant created a pollinator-related poster and learned about the importance of pollinators. More than 250 students participated this year.

All poster participants received a certificate and bookmark. All winners were awarded ribbons. Natasha Carricato, a fourth grader from Prince Edward County Public Schools, was the grand winner.

Her poster will be forwarded to the state contest occurring in October.


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The owner of Red Door 104, Audrey Sullivan, was the judge of the poster contest.


Winners not pictured include: (K-first) Lilly Wells, Lane Fowlkes, Kanyon Webb, Riley Campbell, Evan Morgan; (second-third) Avalenn Moon, Tegan Campbell, Lillian Simms, Layla Eastwood, Isabella Patraca-Celestino; (fourth-fifth) Dominic Blakeney, Keshan Peaks and Kazu Dinmore.