To vote, simply fill out this survey. We're asking for your opinion about a few other things while you're at it - what types of natural areas do you visit, why do you think nature helps our communities, etc. At the end, vote for your favorite photo. The survey should take 2-3 mintues. Please just vote one time per person. Thanks for joining in the fun of our nature photo contest!
A little more about the contest:
These photos send a clear message: in Indiana, you don’t have to travel far to find natural beauty. Amateur photographers took photos in natural areas that are open for the public to enjoy – our state parks, wildlife refuges, and nature preserves – and on family farms. Together, the photos show the breadth of the Hoosier experience: sunlight filtering down through trees; ducks taking flight; a father and daughter caring for their cattle; a bald eagle perched in an oak; a couple hiking in the forest.
This contest and exhibit are supported by the Indiana Arts Commission. Many thanks to the IAC for making the arts come alive in southeast Indiana.
Our partner for the exhibit and contest is George Rogers Clark Land Trust, a community group that focuses on protecting working farmland in southern Indiana. Many thanks to the Board of GRCLT for all of their hard work making this contest and exhibit a reality!
Learn more at www.oakheritageconservancy.org.