Forest Photo Competition

International Day of Forests

This year the International Day of Forests theme is “Forests and sustainable production and consumption.” 

Sustainable forests creates local jobs, help combat climate change, and help nature our wellbeing – they’re essential to our everyday life. Find out more about International Day of Forests.

The competition

How do you connect with the forest?

We’re inviting students from across the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria to send us photos, and accompanying text, sharing what you love about the forest.

You could win your choice of an iPad, MacBook Pro or DJI Drone.

Entries close 5pm 1st May 2022.

How to enter

  1. Take a photo that showcases what the forest means to you. This could be in plantation forests, or native forests. The photo can be produced with any professional or non-professional device (smartphone, SLR camera etc). The image must be high quality.
  2. Fill in the entry form, tell us what you love about local forests, and send it along with your photos to weloveforests@onefortyone.com

Downloads

2021 competition entry by Jessica Jones, Year 7.

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