California Arbor Week Video Contest
We are excited to announce a new contest for 2016: a video contest for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Middle school students are invited to submit 30-second videos featuring this year’s theme: “Trees and Water: Sources of Life” (Árboles y Agua: Fuentes de Vida). Stay tuned — the 2017 theme will be announced in late 2016!
California Arbor Week Poster Contest
Third, fourth, and fifth grade students throughout California are invited to participate in this year’s California Arbor Week Poster Contest. This year’s theme “Trees and Water: Sources of Life” (Árboles y Agua: Fuentes de Vida) encourages students to think about the vital relationship between trees and water in their communities. Stay tuned — the 2017 theme will be announced in late 2016!
Introducing our 2016 Poster Contest Winners:
3rd Grade Winner
La Rosa Elementary, Temple City
4th Grade Winner
Temecula Luiseño Elementary, Temecula
5th Grade Winner
Van Buren Elementary, Jurupa Valley
Imagination Award Winner
McKinley Elementary, Santa Monica
Trees provide many benefits to California’s communities. They clean our air and water, save energy, raise property values, foster neighborhood pride, provide wildlife habitat, revitalize neighborhoods, and create an inviting outdoor environment for people to play, exercise, and socialize. Submit your photos to help us remind Californians that trees aren’t just beautiful, but also beneficial!
Past Contest Winners:
- 2015 Poster Contest winners
- 2014 Photo Contest winners
- 2014 Poster Contest winners
- 2013 Photo Contest winners
- 2013 entries for “My Favorite California Tree”
- 2013 Poster Contest Winners
- 2012 Poster Contest Winners