COMPETITION FOR MAINE STUDENTS
WHY WATER’S WORTH IT TO ME!
In 1983 the Maine Legislature made provisions to designate the first full week of June as Maine Clean Water Week. Maine Clean Water Week was created to increase the public’s awareness of the improvements made in the quality of Maine’s waterways. One of the primary reasons our waterways have so greatly improved is due to the hard work of Maine’s collection system and wastewater treatment plant personnel.
The Maine Water Environment Association (MEWEA) is a nonprofit organization whose goals include: promoting education and communication within the wastewater treatment industry and to the general public; supporting a balanced view of environmental policies; and enhancing the image of wastewater personnel.
In celebration of the 2020 Maine Clean Water Week the Maine Water Environment Association is again sponsoring a poster competition for Maine students. Recent years have been a tremendous success and we have received over 500 posters which are judged for creativity, delivering a strong message, and connecting with the association’s mission.
The theme of the competition is “WHY WATER’S WORTH IT TO ME!”
ME meaning YOU and Maine
$100 cash prize will be awarded for the top poster for each age group and recognition for the top three posters in each age group.
Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6, Grades 7-8, Grades 9-12
In addition, the winning students’ schools will receive recognition. The winners will be honored at the Maine Water Environment Association 2020 Fall Convention, at the Maine State House, or at a school assembly.
Alex Buechner – Maine Water Environment Association
Deadline for poster entry: March 27, 2020
Click here for 2020 Clean Water Week Poster Competition Information and Entry Form
2019 Clean Water Week Poster Contest
2018 Clean Water Week Poster Contest
2017 Clean Water Week Poster Contest Winners
2016 Clean Water Week Poster Contest Winners
2015 Clean Water Week Poster Contest Winners
Moriah Hajduk, Freya Qualls, Lydia Merrill, Elizabeth Kane, with Governor Paul LePage and DEP Commissioner Patty Aho.