Poster Contest












Each year, the Cape Atlantic Conservation District, in cooperation with New Jersey Association of Conservation Districts, sponsors an annual Poster Contest. The contest is sponsored to help promote a better understanding of the environmental issues in Atlantic and Cape May Counties.  The National Conservation Poster Contest provides second through twelfth grade students an opportunity to convey their thoughts about soil, water and related natural resource issues through art. 

The District contest theme follows the annual Stewardship theme and varies year to year.  Designing a poster and researching the theme can give you a voice in your community on important conservation issues. Good posters tell important stories to present and future generations, while capturing people's attention with a powerful graphic and share an inspiring message with your community.  In addition, it is a good way for teachers to meet New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards in Science, Social Studies and Visual Arts.

All first place and second place winners are selected by the District, with the first place in each age category receiving a $50 gift card. Each second place winner will receive a $25 gift card.

First place winners on the District level are entered into the State competion where they are judged, with State winners moving onto the National competition.




6260 Old Harding Highway
Mays Landing, New Jersey 08330
Phone: (609) 625-3144
Fax: (609) 625-7360
www.capeatlantic.org
 
2018
Cape Atlantic Consservation District
Poster Contest Winners
"Watersheds: Our Water, Our Home"
 
First Place
Aiyanna Campbell

Grades 4-6
Grades 7-9
First Place
Isabelle Davenport
Second Place
Sohpia Chau
Second Place
Tyler Lowe
Grades 2-3
Grades 10-12
First Place
Jyotirmoyee Biswas
2nd Place Winner-State Level


First Place
Samantha Rhodes
Second Place
Amy Pi
Second Place
Caitlin Eucogcan
The first place winners had their posters sent to Trenton to be judged on the state level where third grader, Jyotirmoyee Biswas from Jordan Road School, placed second in the 2nd-3rd grade tier!  She was awarded a cash prize, second place ribbon, and a certificate of merit.  An awards ceremony in Trenton was held on May 21 recognizing all the state level poster contest winners. 

The District congratulates all the local and state winners, and all those whose participated in the contest.  We look forward to your effort and creativity towards the 2019 contest.

All winning posters can be found below.