CM grad moves on to national poster contest

PHOTO PROVIDED This photo shows Natalie Brown’s winning poster that will now move into the national competition.

LOCK HAVEN — Natalie Brown, a Central Mountain High School 2020 graduate, placed first in the 10-12 grade category in the “Where would we BEE without Pollinators” statewide poster contest.

Each year, the National Association of Conservation Districts chooses a theme for the year and offers a poster contest to go with that theme. Conservation Districts across the US participate first at the county level.

The Clinton County Conservation District offers the chance for all students in the county to participate in this contest each year. Winners from Clinton County are chosen from a team of judges from Conservation District board members, PA Game Commission employees, PA Department of Natural Resources employees, and other state agencies.

Winners are then sent on to participate in the state competition. Natalie was selected by the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts as the state champion for the group of 10-12 grade students. Her poster will now be sent to compete at the National Level.


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