Artwork competition for kids in the NSW Rangelands!
Rangeland Living Skin is a new project in the NSW Rangelands linking scientists and farming families.
The expansive wide-open spaces of Australia’s rangelands make up a large part of our continent. ‘Rangeland Living Skin’ is a new project led by NSW Department of Primary Industries and supported by Meat and Livestock Australia, recognising the importance of productivity and resilience in our rangelands. Collaborating with scientists and farming families, the project will focus on soil, plants, animals and people as the living skin of the rangelands.
To celebrate the launch of this project, we are inviting primary school students in the Western LLS Region to enter the Rangelands Living Skin Artwork Competition and create an artwork that represents the work of the project over the next four years. There are some exciting prizes to be won!
To find out what’s involved and how your school can enter, download the form using the buttons on the left! Entries will close on the 31st of May and the winners will be announced on the 22nd of June.