Entries are due April 27, 2015.
Download the rules (PDF)
Download a contest flyer (PDF) that you can print and display to let others know they can participate in the contest, too!
Download the Spanish version (PDF) of the release form.
Winning artwork from last year's contest is showcased in CAFR's 2015 Recycling Calendar. Order yours now. Download a 2015 Calendar Order Form (PDF).
Contact Amy Randell with questions or if you have problems downloading the rules.
All K-12 students and youth organization members are invited to showcase their artistic talent and their commitment to the environment by participating in the Colorado Association for Recycling’s 9th annual poster contest.
Twelve (12) winners will receive prizes. One grand-prize winner receives a $100 gift card, and their winning artwork will serve as Colorado’s 2015 America Recycles Day (www.americarecyclesday.org) promotional piece and be distributed throughout the state. Plus, the grand-prize winner earns an organizational membership to the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) for their school.
Posters should be received by CAFR no later than April 27, 2015. Please mail entries early. Posters will be judged the week of April 27 and winners will be notified as soon as possible.
Please read the contest rules (PDF) carefully. Only posters that meet the contest rules will be considered.
Fort Morgan High School, Fort Morgan
Ciena Higginbotham, 10th grade, from Florissant, Colorado, talks about her winning artwork and why it pays to recycle.
Congratulations to the winning students in 2014! (*Grand prize) Their posters will be showcased in CAFR's 2015 Recycling Calendar. Order your calendar now. Download a 2015 Calendar Order Form (PDF).
| Lauren Butler
Air Academy High School
| Hannah Culp and Jazmyne Swartz
Hudson Academy of Arts
| Emily Glynn
Timber Trail Elementary
| Lydia Groshong
| Josephine Heaney
| Ciena Higginbotham*
| Jared Holland
Home School Academy
| Michelle Hou
Mountain Ridge Middle School
| Lindsay Kendall
Timber Trail Elementaryl
|Kallan Craig Libric and Natalie Baker
Home School Academy