Announcing the Winners of Fourth Annual Nature & Farm Photo Contest
Amateur photographers submitted over 200 photos to this year’s Nature & Farm Photo Contest. The photos had to be taken in Indiana, and they had to answer the question: What makes you proud to live in Indiana? And of course, that begs the question – What’s special here, and worth protecting?
Look through this year’s winning photos. Then, we need your help!
We want YOU to vote for the Grand Prize in our Farm & Nature Photo Contest.
Everyone can vote ONCE.
The winner will receive a one year membership to Oak Heritage Conservancy. (You can join, too!)
Want to see the winners in person? We set up pop-up exhibits at community events, coffee shops, breweries, and more around southern Indiana this winter. The twelve “Best in Show” Photos will be on display (and the will receive a mounted print of their work as a prize). Look for details about upcoming in-person exhibits on our Events page.
Oak Heritage Conservancy protects the special places that make southeast Indiana unique – and we host programs that get people outside in nature.
Click to learn more about the natural areas we’ve protected forever, for you to enjoy or to learn about our upcoming events in nature. Or better yet – get involved with our conservation work. You can help protect the special places in southeast Indiana.
George Rogers Clarks helps farmers protect their land from development and subdivision. Learn more at https://www.grclt.org/.
The photo contest is made possible by the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Many thanks to the these groups for making the arts come alive in southeast Indiana.