Poster contest highlights Native American heritage

Highlight Native American heritage in a poster, and you could win $2,000 and the chance to showcase your artwork in federal offices.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service, a unit of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is conducting the contest as part of Native American Heritage Month activities this November, according to a media release from the agency.

Artists should base their work on a “Water is the Essential Element” theme and title their entry (or entries) a “Big Water of Life,” a nod to the “big water” meaning of the Seminole word “Okeechobee,” the release added. Entry deadline is June 14. For more details, view the full release.

Native American Heritage Month poster contest announcement
U.S. Department of Agriculture release announcing Native American Heritage Month poster contest. [CREDIT: U.S. Department of Agriculture]

Posted: March 17, 2017

Category: Work & Life
Tags: Native American, Natural Resources Conservation Service, NRCS, Pgm_Ag, Pgm_SWCD, Soil And Water Conservation District, SWCD, USDA

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