Freshman Wins Conservation Poster Contest
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Freshman Wins Conservation Poster Contest

Congratulations to freshman Dara Drum for winning the National Conservation Poster Contest sponsored by the Tangipahoa-St. Helena Soil and Water Conservation District, the Louisiana Association of Conservation Districts Auxiliary and the National Association of Conservation Districts. 

The Annual National Conservation Poster Contest provides kindergarten through twelfth grade students with the opportunity to share their thoughts about soil, water, and related natural resource issues. This year's theme, "Dig Deeper-Mysteries in the Soil" focuses on our soil. Soil is an essential natural resource that all of us depend on each and every day. 

The Tangipahoa-St. Helena Soil and Water Conservation District wants to help people in our community to learn how important it is to help conserve all our natural resources and how easy it can be. 

Cecilia Spiess, District Secretary of the Tangipahoa-St. Helena SWCD/NRCS presented Dara with her award.

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