Thank you to everyone who entered their fantastic EE Week photos into this year's contest!
The 2015 EE Week Photo Contest is now closed.
Entries were judged on environmental education focus, STEM relevancy, degree to which the photo illustrated student engagement in the activity being photographed, originality, and quality of the photo.
First Place: Aspen Center for Environmental Studies--Kindergarteners at Aspen Center for Environmental Studies observe the butterfly life cycle!
Second Place: Buzzards Bay Coalition--Taken during the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s Trail Blazers Camp at Nasketucket Bay State Reservation in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts!
Third Place: Sarah Wilson--Sarah's class helps restore damaged salt marsh habitat with home-grown Spartina alterniflora plants before walking 1.8 miles around the school to pick up 107 pounds of trash!
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