Source: California Invasive Plant Council
URL of this page: http://www.cal-ipc.org/symposia/photocontest.php
Welcome to Cal-IPC's Annual Photo Contest
Contest winners in 2016: 1. Michael Diehl, Yosemite NP Vegetation and Ecological Restoration;
2. Emily Ferrell, Salmon River Restoration Council; 3. Barbara Kossy, San Mateo WMA
It's not JUST a photo contest...your pictures help us spread our message.
Cal-IPC's outreach and education efforts rely heavily on photos to show the devastating impacts weeds have on our natural communities. Without the great pictures our members share with us, our message would be much harder to convey.
Anyone can enter! Your photos may be used in future Cal-IPC outreach materials such as our website, brochures, or reports (with photographer credit, of course).
Entries will be displayed at the upcoming Cal-IPC Symposium in October. Symposium attendees will vote for their favorite photo.
Contest opens July 15 and closes September 15. To join the fun, simply upload your pictures to the contest site below when the contest is open. It's super easy to do and you do not need a Facebook account. Alternatively, you can visit Cal-IPC's Facebook page and click on the Photo Contest tab at the top of the page.
For those who speak 21st century fluently, it's also possible to enter this contest using "#CalIPCPhotoContest" from Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Try it!
Submit your photos below
Don't want to do this online? You may email your photos to David Chang - Please be sure to include title, category, species or what's going on, location and photographer's name for each submittal and we'll upload them for you.
Photos should be in JPEG or TIFF format and at least 300 dpi. (Larger file sizes mean prettier pictures!)
Submissions are limited to 6 per photographer.
Photos will be judged at this year's Symposium. To avoid voter bias, please do not include watermarks on your photo submissions.
Not taking any pictures, just want to vote?
Come to the Symposium and vote for your favorite!
This is our third year using an online contest. If you have any trouble entering, uploading, voting, or other - don't hesitate to contact Cal-IPC.
Thank you for participating!