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Water Water Everywhere

The Avalonia Photo Contest

Contest Runs May 15 – August 31, 2022
Winners Announced September 5, 2022

2022 is all about water! The team at Avalonia hopes to increase awareness of our region’s most valuable resource — water! Water is amazing. It takes on many forms: a vernal pool to a raging sea; an icicle to a foggy mist; clean drinking water to flooded streets! Avalonia’s preserves act as filters and buffers as flooding occurs during storms and sea levels rise. That’s why it’s never been more important to protect the land that you love. And that’s what we do!

How to Enter

Send us your photos of how water impacts your world. The good, the bad, and the ugly!

Instagram

Post your photo on Instagram. Tell us about your photo and where you took it.

Use hashtag #AvaloniaWaterWaterPhotoContest and tag @avalonialandconservancy

Submit Below

Submit your photo using the form below. Tell us about your photo and where you took it.

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We’ll Recognize Three Winners:

Best “Good Water” Photo
Streams, ponds, wetlands, reservoirs, protective shoreline, waterfalls, vernal pools, estuaries, frogs, waterfowl, amphibians. The prettiest picture you ever took.

Best “Bad Water” Photo
Community flooding, crushing waves, damaged homes, breached storm walls, pollution, rising tides, eco damage, flooded rivers, drought! We’ve captured it all on our phones!

Best “Avalonia Water” Photo
Any brook, stream, river, pond, or body of water on an Avalonia property that buffers our shoreline, filters our water, and/or protects our wildlife. Take a hike and discover Avalonia!

What You Could Win

You could win an Avalonia gift basket with a t-shirt, cap, and a gift certificate worth as much as $100. One lucky winner’s photo will land the cover of the Fall 2022 Avalonia Trails newsletter!

Disclaimers

By submitting a photo, you agree that you own the rights to the image. You also agree to allow Avalonia image usage rights for the purpose of marketing and promoting Avalonia and its preserves in print and digital materials. Credit will be given.

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