Poster Contest Rules
Eligibility and Rules
2022 Farm-City Theme: Sustaining for the Future
Entry is open to all students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade and must be the original work of the student.
There are two categories of competition: K – 3 grades and 4 – 6 grades. First- through sixth-place winners will be named in each category.
Posters must relate to the theme. The name of the theme must be on the poster.
Posters must be on display during the month of November in a shopping mall, library, retail businesses, or other place of public view.
The size should be horizontal with the length no greater than 28 inches and height no greater than 22 inches. It should be no smaller than 18 inches in length and 14 inches high. Standard thickness poster paper is preferred. (Vertical posters will be judged but NOT considered for the calendar due to format requirements.)
Any flat medium can be used (such as pen and pencil, crayon, watercolor, ink, or oil). No three-dimensional posters (such as gluing products on to a poster) will be eligible.
Each student is required to complete the enclosed information form and attach it to each poster entry.
All entries will be judged first at the county Farm-City committee level with the first-place winner in each county being submitted to the State Farm-City Committee. One entry per division, per county may be submitted for judging at the state level.
Criteria for judging: creativity, originality, neatness, overall appearance, and relevance to the theme.
Deadline for entry at the state level is February 3, 2023. Winners will be notified by mail no later than March 10, 2023. Award winners will be announced at the state Farm-City Awards Luncheon on April 13, 2023.
Entries become the property of the Farm-City Committee of Alabama and may be photographed or reproduced in a calendar or any other publication as the Committee sees fit without further permission or monetary consideration.
Awards in Each Category
1st PLACE: $200 Cash
Student's Classroom: $200 Cash
2nd PLACE: $100 Cash
Student's Classroom: $100 Cash
For further information, contact your local Farm-City Committee or the State Farm-City Committee at 1(800)392-5705 or 1(334)613-4410. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Fax: 1(334)284-3957. Mailing address: Alabama Farmers Federation, Attn: Jeff Helms, P.O. Box 11000, Montgomery, AL 36191.