Now – April 22: Online Photo Exhibit + Earth Day Every Day Challenge


This year’s Nature & Farm Photo Contest was inspired by Earth Day (last year was the 50th anniversary!). We asked photographers to take photos that celebrated the planet. These photos are the best of the best – but we need your help selecting a Grand Prize Winner. Check out the winning photos, like this turtle photo by Youth winner Josh Chastain.

Everyone can vote ONE TIME. One vote per person, please. 🙂

To see the winning photos – and the Earth Day Every Day challenges, click here.

The photo contest is made possible by a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Oak Heritage collaborates with George Rogers Clark Land Trust to host the annual contest and exhibit. Both groups protect land in southern Indiana. Oak Heritage focuses on natural areas, like old growth forests, wetlands, and pollinator habitat. They open their properties to the public to visit. GRCLT protects working farmland, especially farms with the best soils. Both groups conserve land forever – so the land will always be habitat or farmland, and can never be developed.







Photo by Josh Chastain