The State-Fish Art Contest is part of a conservation education program designed to spark the imaginations of students while providing valuable lessons about fish and the importance of conserving Texas' aquatic resources. This is a nationwide art contest sponsored by Wildlife Forever, a national conservation organization.
STATE FISH ART CONTEST. Since 1999, the State-Fish Art Contest has introduced students to conservation education through art. Students, grades K-12, submit original artwork of any official state fish along with an essay detailing its habitat, behavior and efforts to conserver it.
The State-Fish Art Contest is part of a conservation education program designed to interest youth in fishing by encouraging K-12 students to submit original artwork of any officially designated state fish and an essay or poem about the participant’s fish entry, its habitat or efforts to conserve it. The 2020 Texas Division of the Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art Contest first place winners.The contest requires student artists to depict a state fish. Prizes are awarded at the state and national levels in four categories: K-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12, with students in grades 4-12 writing a one-page essay about the fish, its natural habitat and the importance of that habitat in addition to the artwork.The 2020 National Fish Art Contest received over 5,000 entries from 47 states and 32 international countries. “The Georgia Fish Art Contest is an incredible way to connect with young people and to highlight the incredible natural resources our state has that’s just waiting to be explored,” said Marion Baker, Georgia State-Fish Art.
Congratulations to PA 7th grader, Tilden, for winning the prestigious Invader Crusader award in the nationwide State-Fish Art Contest, which is sponsored by Wildlife Forever and Bass Pro Shops. Tilden chose to highlight an invasive sea lamprey attached to a Brook Trout for this year’s contest. Click on the link to read his essay. We are.Read More
It’s called the State-Fish Art Contest, and it’s open to anyone from kindergarten through 12th grade. Let’s flood the contest with entries from Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers and Sea Scouts.Read More
MONTGOMERY-Each year, K-12 students from across the country can enter their artwork in the Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art Contest.The contest requires student artists to depict a state fish. Prizes are awarded at the state and national levels in four categories: K-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12, with students in grades 4-12 writing a one-page essay about the fish, its natural habitat and the.Read More
Students in grades K-12 celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Pequest State Trout Hatchery by participating in the NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's 2013 Trout Art Contest. To mark the 30th Anniversary of the Pequest Trout Hatchery, students were asked to draw a picture of one of the three kinds of fish raised at Pequest - brook, brown or rainbow trout.Read More
State Fish Art Competition, 2 This is Passport to Texas Budding artists take note: draw or paint any recognized state fish, include an essay on the species, and you might just win a great prize.Read More
The regional contest invites students in grades K-12 to submit art featuring the blackspotted cutthroat trout, which includes westslope and Yellowstone cutthroat, to promote Montana’s state fish.Read More
The State Fish Art contest—a nationwide art competition, with support from the William E. Armentrout Foundation and Friends of the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center, is about more than pretty pictures. 05—The idea is to get the students involved in art and science and the out of doors.Read More
The State-Fish Art Contest is part of a conservation education program designed to interest youth in fishing by encouraging K-12 students to submit original artwork of any officially designated.Read More
First place winners from each state are also invited to the State-Fish Art Contest Expo, this year in Hot Springs, Ark., at which works will be displayed and additional prizes including.Read More