Photographs sought to fete river team’s 25th
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Contest winners and their photographs will be presented and prizes awarded at a community celebration this summer, which marks the team’s anniversary.
A specific date has not been set.
The contest is sponsored by the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe, which is represented on the team.
Photos depicting the vision of the Dungeness Watershed as a home shared by forests, farms, fish and people are encouraged.
For instance, photos could depict Dungeness River scenery, children playing in a stream, efficient irrigation of crops and photos of fish — especially salmon, steelhead and bull trout — in their natural environment (the Dungeness River or streams within the watershed).
Each entry should include a description and where the photo was taken.
The team could use the photos, with proper credit, in publications, videos on its website and in other electronic media.
Photos can be emailed to Shawn Hines at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The original team was formed in 1988 to help Clallam County create its 1990 flood-control management plan.
In 1995, via a joint resolution between Clallam County and the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe, the team focused on watershed and river restoration as well strategies to address competing interests affecting water supplies, in-stream flows, water quality, stream habitat and salmon recovery.
For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/be9cete.
Last modified: March 07. 2013 5:37PM