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Local Student Wins Conservation Poster Contest with Creative Drawing

(Thedford, NE) The Upper Loup Resources District (NRD) is excited to announce the regional winners of the NACD Poster Contest. In the 7-9th grade category, Sandhills Public School student Miriam Ganoung of Halsey is the winner!

This year, the poster contest theme is “Healthy Soils are Full of Life!”. Different grade levels are grouped together from Kindergarten through 12th grade. One winner is selected in every division. Each division is K-1; 2-3;4-6; 7-9; 10-12. Those winners are sent to the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts state competition. The state winners are then selected to compete at the national competition in Greenfield, Indiana.

Typically, teachers bring the poster contest to their classrooms and encourage their students to compete. But if individual students want to participate outside of the classroom, contact your local Natural Resources District for information. All students K – 12 are welcome to compete.

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