More specifically, if you can write 700-1,000 words on one of the following topics:
- What steps can you take in your everyday life to enhance and maintain the environment and
- What current technology and green-living practices do you and your family use today that helps
improve the environment and what impacts do you think this makes on the environment?
- What future technical advancements can you imagine for solving current environmental and
You should enter the Living Evergreen Essay Contest.
Winners will be awarded up to $200 in savings bonds (this is a good thing), among other things.
Turn around is short, though, all entries must be received by August 16, 2010.
For full rules and information.
The contest is open to all students in Washington State who are entering grades 7-12.