April 9, 2010
Photo by Joel Hall
Carol Lambert, senior conservationist at the Newman Wetlands Center, stands next to winning entries from the 2009 Georgia River of Words Competition. The 54 entries, by K-12 students throughout the state, illustrate various interpretations of the importance of watershed conservation.
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Every year, students from around the country enter River of Words, a national competition which challenges them to better understand their local watershed through photography, poetry and art. Until the end of this month, the Newman Wetlands Center will display winning entries from the state level of the competition.