Conservation District encourages stewardship with poster contest

 

April 27, 2016



WORLAND — The Washakie County Conservation District encourages you to think about your personal responsibility to be a good steward of the natural resources, including the roles trees play in our resources, in response to its annual Stewardship Week celebration.

The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) proclaimed April 24 to May 1 as Stewardship Week with the theme “We All Need Trees.”

According to WCCC Director Victoria Dietz, the Washakie County Conservation District is celebrating Soil and Water Stewardship Week again this year by asking Washakie County fifth and second graders to participate in the annual poster contest.

“These posters remind us all of the importance of natural resources in our lives. The winning posters will be on display from April 25 to May 8 at the Washakie Wear building in downtown Worland,” Dietz said.

The grand prize winners for the 2016 Poster Contest are Elijah Truman for fifth grade. Truman is a student in Ms. Hampton’s class at Ten Sleep; and Grace Gertsch for second grade. Gertsch is in Mrs. Egger’s class at Ten Sleep. These two winners received a $40 check and a “We All Need Trees” T-shirt.


The fifth-grade winners are: Creedon Newell, 1st place, and Julia ML Burky, 2nd place at South Side School; Citlali Terazez, 1st place, and Sarai Matamoros, 2nd place at West Side School; Sophia Scheuerman, 1st place, and Kaydence Colleen Munoz, 2nd place at East Side School; Elijah Truman, 1st place and Isabelle Fox 2nd place at Ten Sleep School.

The second-grade winners are: Jacy Fowler, 1st place, and Amillia Crawford, 2nd place at South Side School; Grace Gertsch, 1st place, and Jackson Smith, 2nd place at Ten Sleep School; Samantha Pierce, 1st place, and Elizabeth Durrant, 2nd place at East Side School; Molly Glanz, 1st place, and Chloe Rose, 2nd place at West Side School.

Washakie County Conservation District Board of Supervisors and staff awarded all of the first- and second-grade poster winners a “We All Need Trees” shirt, and would like to thank all of the second and fifth graders in Washakie County for doing such a great job on their posters, and congratulate the winners.

 
 

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