Integrated Catchment Management

Winners of the ICM schools art competition

The winners of the ICM schools art competition, sponsored by Landcare Research and Cawthron, were announced on the 28th April 2010 during an ICM fieldtrip, the final day of the Connecting Research and Practice Workshop 26–28th April 2010 . The competition was a great success with 69 entries in total – 1 video item, the rest posters or art works. Roger Young, and daughters Sophie and Hanna, (Cawthron Insititute), Rob Francis (TDC Environment Education Officer) and Andrew Fenemor (ICM program Leaders) judged the art works, and they were all on display at the Pokororo Hall during the ICM field trip.

Entries came from a range of schools including Richmond Montessori, Salisbury School, Henley School, Motueka High School, Parklands School, Ngatimoti School and Tapawera High School. The quality of the entries was very high so we ended up splitting up the prize money so a broader group were acknowledged.

the winners
Students from Ngatimoti school with their certificates presented by TDC mayor Richard Kempthorne.

The winners were:

Primary/Intermediate Section:

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A Hover of Trout, by Room 4, Ngatimoti School Motueka River by Irene Post, Year 8, Ngatimoti School

School prizes:

Senior Section:

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All as One

My painting shows the relationship between the water (river and sea) and the land.
The two figures are holding hands to show how they are one. For example, if you damage one (i.e. pollute) then you are damaging both.
Or if you are in a relationship and one person is hurt or killed, both are affected.

Tegan Lamont, Yr 11, 15yrs, Motueka High School (artwork and text)

click to enlarge Motueka River Catchment by Lisa Podlucky, 17yrs, Motueka High School
A DVD film of the Motueka River Catchment by Rachel Stewart, Rm 6, 15yrs, Salisbury School

School prizes

ICM Wrap-up Workshop 2010

Workshop HOME Presentations School Arts Competition Image Gallery