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Enderlin student among Earth Day patch contest winners

More than 1,000 students from 109 schools entered this year’s contest.

JSSP School News

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department announced the winners of the 2022 Earth Day patch contest .

First place winners in three age categories were Carter Loughman of Enderlin (K-4 grade), Bethany Just of Bismarck (5-8) and Zoe Beall of Alexander (9-12).

Beall’s design was chosen as the overall winner and will be made into the 2022 Earth Day patch.

More than 1,000 students from 109 schools entered this year’s contest.

Participants on public land cleanup and improvement activities will receive the 2022 Earth Day patch. Projects that qualify include trash cleanup on local, state or federal property and landscaping on public property which includes planting trees, bushes and pollinator plants.

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To receive Earth Day patches, contact Sherry Niesar, Earth Day patch contest coordinator, at 701-527-3714 or sniesar@nd.gov .

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