Enter this Agricultural Photo Contest!
LAKEWOOD, Colo. ” From wheat waving in the wind and cattle in the mist, to a plethora of colorful peppers, Colorado agriculture is evident across the state. The “Colorado … It’s AgriCultural” photography contest is celebrating its 10th anniversary and is seeking entries for this year’s contest.
“I encourage photographers of all ages to capture the essence of Colorado agriculture on film,” said Commissioner of Agriculture John Stulp. “This annual photo contest not only celebrates the splendor of Colorado agriculture, but also its importance to the state’s economy.”
Entries must be submitted to the Colorado Department of Agriculture with an official entry form by Dec. 31, 2007. All entries must relate to Colorado agriculture in some way. Prizes will be awarded in five subject areas: people, livestock, crops, and, to celebrate the 10th Anniversay, two special categories: Historical Colorado Agriculture and Yesterday & Today. Yesterday & Today category entries should depict the same agricultural location at two different points in history.
Visit http://www.coloradoagriculture.com or call (303) 239-4119 for complete contest rules and an entry form.
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