‘Ky. Farmers Feed the Hungry’ is topic of KDA contest
FRANKFORT— Kentucky students are invited to create and submit original works to show agriculture’s role in addressing the nation’s hunger problem in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s and Kentucky Agriculture and Environment in the Classroom Inc.’s annual Poster and Essay Contest.
Students in K-12 may produce a poster, an essay, or a digital image on the theme “Kentucky Farmers Feed the Hungry.” Statewide poster and essay winners from each grade will be chosen, and an overall digital winner will be selected. Each statewide grade winner and the digital art winner will receive a $100 award.
Entries must be postmarked by Friday, April 7 and mailed to the Ky. Department of Agriculture, 111 Corporate Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601. A completed entry form must be taped or glued to the back of each entry. A completed teacher form must accompany posters and essays from the teacher’s class. Notification will be by May 1.
For more info, go to kyagr.com/marketing/poster-essay-contest.html and click on “Printable Forms and Rules”.
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