Arbor Day Poster Contest

Contest Information

The 2019 Wyoming Arbor Day Poster Contest theme is

Trees Please... For You and Me

All Wyoming 4th and 5th graders (including public, private and home-schooled) are welcome to participate.

The contest deadline is March 25th, 2019. Submissions must be postmarked by that date.

Contest rules can be found here: Contest Rules 2019

A School Winner Report Form 2019 should be attached to the submitted poster.

**Please submit only one school winner.**

This certificate can be used for the selected school winner.

Project Learning Tree activities related to this year's theme will be available soon.

Postcards announcing the contest will be sent to all Wyoming 4th and 5th grade teachers in January.

QUESTIONS? Contact Jessica Halverson (307) 283-2954 or jessica.halverson1@gmail.com


The Poster Contest is sponsored by Wyoming State Forestry Division and Wyoming Project Learning Tree.

Arbor Day PLT Activities

Many Project Learning Tree activities relate to Arbor Day. Each year National Project Learning Tree provides two activities from the PLT K-8 guide to use for helping students understand the value of trees in our community and why we should celebrate them! To receive copies of two free activities please contact Jessica Halverson at jessica.halverson1@gmail.com. Many PLT activities can help your students think about trees and how we benefit from them in our communities. To acquire the curriculum guides containing these great activities you'll need to attend one of our fun-filled, hands-on workshops or complete an online course. Upcoming workshops can be found under our Calendar of Events.

Please contact Jessica Halverson if you're interested in holding a workshop in your area. jessica.halverson1@gmail.com or 307-283-2954

2018 Arbor Day Poster Contest Winner

Congratulations to our State Poster Winner, Whitney Hendershot of Lovell! Pictured below L-R: Governor Mark Gordon, Secretary of State Ed Buchanan, past Governor Matt Mead, 2018 Winner Whitney Hendershot, Mayor of Cheyenne Marion Orr and Superintendant of Education Jillian Balow.