Nebraska students create award-winning posters

Nebraska’s Natural Resource Districts (NRDs) recognize K-12 students who enter the competition.
Emma Canham artwork

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Five students from Nebraska have been recognized for their artwork in the annual “Healthy Forests = Healthy Communities” conservation poster competition.

Nebraska’s Natural Resource Districts (NRDs) recognize K-12 students who enter the competition.

The five winners of the state competition for this year’s competition:

  • K-1: Monroe Crogan, Howells, Neb. (Lower Elkhorn NRD)
  • 2-3: Piper Hanson, Halsey, Neb. (NRD du Haut-Loup)
  • 4-6: Mariana Nexticapan Hernandez, Wayne, Neb. (Lower Elkhorn NRD)
  • 7-9: Emma Canham, Norfolk, Neb. (Lower Elkhorn NRD)
  • 10-12: Myranda Hansen, Norfolk, Neb. (Lower Elkhorn NRD)

The NRDs select a winner from their district to enter the state contest. The winner takes home a $ 25 prize and a chance to enter the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) poster competition.

NACD chooses a winner at its annual conference in February, where students could win $ 200.

You can find more information about the poster competition here.

The winning student posters can be found here.


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