2020 NACD Poster Contest
The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) hosts an annual poster contest that focuses on a different conservation topic each year. If interested, the conservation topic and poster contest are introduced to schools after the new year, and the posters are due in the spring. The posters are judged and the winners receive county recognition and their posters will be sent to the state for an additional competition. Please contact our educator if you are interested in this fun learning competition for your 4th through 9th grade students.
2019 State NACD Poster Contest Winners Announced
Congratulates to Aurora O’Phelan and Savannah Conley from Logan Elm Schools for placing 1st place at the state level of the National Association of Conservation Districts poster contest in their respective age categories!
The 2019 theme was “Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper.”
Savannah, left, competed in the 4th-6th grade category and Aurora, right, competed in the 7th-9th grade category. Congratulations ladies!
The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) hosts an annual poster contest that focuses on a different conservation topic each year. Pickaway SWCD introduces the conservation topic and poster contest to schools each spring. Our Pickaway County students have had a lot of success with this contest!
2018 National NACD Poster Contest Winners Announced
Congratulation to Haylea Knisley, a student from Logan Elm School District, for winning her age division in the NACD poster contest at the national level! This is a major accomplishment! Great job!