Library displays high schoolers' photography

Oct 6, 2017 From staff reports

The winning entries of The Nature Conservancy's annual "I Believe in Conservaton" high school photography contest are now on display at the Lander library until Nov. 5.

"It's always great to see how these students capture nature in their individual styles," said Brie Brower, Development Program Specialist for The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming. "Our hope is that these experiences will turn into a commitment to conservation."

Prizes were awarded in three categories including Wild Places, People and Nature, and Wildlife. Community awards were also given in recognition of outstanding contributions from each participating school.

First place winners received $250 each, 2nd place winners received $100, and 3rd place and community award winners received $50 prizes.

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