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Calendar Contest Information

The Contest is Easy to Enter

Oregon students, grades K-6, are invited to submit original artwork about Oregon agriculture for the contest. We encourage students to use a lot of creativity and color in their artwork.

Every student who submits artwork receives a personalized certificate. The winning 13 students receive $50 and their artwork will be published in the 2018-2019 school-year calendar. Honorable mention artwork is also selected and posted on AITC’s web site.

Each month in the calendar features one student’s artwork along with daily agricultural facts.

Contest entries are due May 8, 2019. Please review instructions carefully and mail to Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom, 200 Strand Ag Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331.

Rules and Entry Form

Helpful Contest Resources

Please mail entries to Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom, 200 Strand Ag Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331.

Entries must be postmarked by May 8, 2019!

For questions concerning contest please email aitc@oregonstate.edu or call (541) 737-1318.

Here are some helpful documents:

  • A summary sheet of entries must accompany 5 or more entries submitted together. A printed class list is also acceptable.
  • Copies of the entry form for Kindergarten-3rd grade entries.
  • Copies of the entry form for 4th-6th grade entries.

Here are some suggestions to help guide your students:

  • Any Oregon grown commodity – flowers, hazelnuts, fruits, vegetables, eggs, etc. No bananas!
  • Cattle grazing in a pasture or a field of flowers or nursery products.
  • Fruits, nuts and berries – cherries, pears, peaches, hazelnuts, blueberries, blackberries, etc.
  • Fishery products – clams, crab, salmon, trout, shrimp, oysters, halibut, etc.
  • Livestock and poultry – chickens, eggs, sheep, wool, bees, honey, beef, dairy, goats, etc.
  • Vegetable and truck crops– artichokes, potatoes, asparagus, carrots, watermelon, radishes, beans, broccoli, etc.
  • Grains, seeds and feeds – alfalfa, wheat, barley, peas, ryegrass seed, oats, fescue, etc.
  • Children eating Oregon foods – fruits, vegetables or dairy products.
  • Farm equipment or farm animals.
  • Christmas trees, Douglas-fir trees, any type of Oregon tree.

2017-18 Winners

Sonia S.

Carden Cascade Academy
6th Grade

Anna L.

Ashbrook Independent School
4th Grade

Tresa B.

Pine Creek Elementary School
3rd Grade

Andrew K.

Helix Elementary School
4th Grade

Sara S.

Victor Point School
5th Grade

Pauline G.

Myers Elementary School
2nd Grade

Isabel F.

Homeschool
5th Grade

Adalyn B.

Tangent Elementary School
K Grade

Elizabeth F.

Heppner Elementary School
4th Grade

Hannah D.

Three Sisters Adventist Christian School
6th Grade

Garrett K.

St. Francis of Assisi
4th Grade

Waverly C.

Homeschool
1st Grade

Hain K.

Carden Cascade Academy
5th Grade