Marshall County Student Takes Home Honors in Statewide Contest

April 7, 2019by ncdea

KENTUCKY – The Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts, in partnership with the Kentucky Farm Bureau and the Kentucky Division of Conservation, recently honored the winners of the 2018 Jim Claypool Art and Conservation Writing Contests. The annual contests — an art contest for students in grades one through five and a writing contest for students in grades six through 12 — allow them to use the knowledge they have gained about the environment and transform it into creative art work and essays. The contests’ theme, Diggin’ It!, helped students from across the state learn more about the importance of soil in Kentucky.

Source: Marshall County Student Takes Home Honors in Statewide Contest | The Lake News

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