2010 Art Contest

The winning artwork will be showcased in a 2011 planner that will help in raising awareness about the global problem of marine debris.

 

 

CONTEST OPENS EARTH DAY, APRIL 22, 2010!

 

 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Marine Debris Program would like to know how marine debris impacts you and what you are doing about it.  The winning artwork will be showcased in a 2011 planner that will help in raising awareness about the global problem of marine debris. Additionally, the winners will be featured on the Program’s website and in their newsletter, reaching over 200,000 people each month!

About the NOAA Marine Debris Program - Established in 2005, the NOAA Marine Debris Program supports national and international efforts to research, prevent, and reduce the impacts of marine debris. The Program’s goal is to protect and conserve our nation’s natural resources, oceans, and coastal waterways from the impacts of marine debris.

Eligibility - All students in grades K-4 and 5-8 from all U.S. states and territories–recognized public, private, and home schools are eligible to participate.  Schools, including home schools, must be in compliance with federal and state civil rights and nondiscrimination statutes.  Students must work individually.

Criteria, entry form, and additional information will be posted on Earth Day, April 22nd - contest opening day.

 

NOAA Marine Debris Program



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