Parks & Forests 2022 Thru The Seasons Photo Contest Now Accepting Entries

The PA Parks and Forests Foundation’s 2022 Parks & Forests Thru The Seasons Photo Contest is now accepting entries.  The deadline is September 30.

2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the federal Clean Water Act. In celebration of this milestone and in recognition of the importance of forests for water quality, the theme of this year’s photo contest is Clean Water and Forested Ecosystems.

Share with us your artistic view on the importance of clean water and the role of forests in a healthy watershed by submitting to the following categories: Water Is Life; Raindrop To River; Forests; Caught In The Rain; Reflections; Youth Photographers ages 12-17).

The contest is open to amateur and professional photographers alike. All photos must be taken in a Pennsylvania state park or forest.

Click Here for a copy of the official rulesVisit the Gallery to see previous winners.

For more information on programs, initiatives, special events and how you can get involved, visit the PA Parks & Forests Foundation website.  Click Here to sign up for regular updates from the Foundation,  Like them on Facebook or Follow them on Twitter or tune in to their YouTube ChannelClick Here to become a member of the Foundation.

The Foundation and their 48 chapters mobilize 65,000 volunteers annually to steward YOUR state parks and forests.

(Photo: Cook Forest State Park by Kyle Yates.)

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[Posted: March 7, 2022]


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