Over one hundred K-12 youth from around Snohomish County and Camano Island submitted their creations for our First Annual Youth Conservation Art Contest. We are so delighted with the entries! Thank you so much for your participation!
All of the contest entries will be on display at the Plant Sale this Saturday, February 10th at the Monroe fairgrounds.
The distinguished team of judges will make their top three selections by age group and then YOU (everyone who attends the Plant Sale) will get a chance to vote for your favorite on February 10th.
Here are just a few of the entries we were able to photograph as the artists deliver their creations to our Lake Stevens office.
All of the work will be on display at the Plant Sale. Come out to see your own work / or your child's work on display, or come on out to cheer on the creative youth in our county and on Camano. YAY for pollinators and their stewards!