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  • State Fish Art Contest for Students Ends March 31

    State Fish Art Contest for Students Ends March 31

    The State-Fish Art Contest, sponsored by Bass Pro Shops, uses art to ignite kid's imagination while teaching them about fish and fishing. Students across the United States and around the world have the opportunity to win awards and national recognition while learning about a state-fish species, its behaviors, aquatic habitat and conservation.

  • State-Fish Art is Open for Entries

    State-Fish Art is Open for Entries

    The season is now open for the 20th Anniversary State-Fish Art Contest, sponsored by Bass Pro Shops.  For all kids in Grades K-12 the deadline is March 31st.  You have to enter to win!

  • Georgia Teacher Named State Fish Art Educator of the Year

    Georgia Teacher Named State Fish Art Educator of the Year

    Kathleen Petka has been named Wildlife Forever's 2017 State-Fish Art Educator of the Year. During her thirteen years of teaching at Walton High School, Kathleen has built a superior visual arts program and her students have been recognized at the national level many times. Annually, she has her art students participate in contests , like State-Fish Art, that help teach her students the importance of conservation. Shereceives a $500 Gift Card, for classroom art supplies, from the award's sponsor, Triarco Arts & Crafts,

  • Wildlife Forever's State-Fish Art is fishing for 2017 entries

    Wildlife Forever's State-Fish Art is fishing for 2017 entries

    The 19th annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art season is open to kids in Grades K-12 but ends on March 31st ... you have to enter to win!

  • Fresno, Livermore and Sacramento Valley Students Take Top Honors in 2016 Invasive Species Youth Art Contest

    Fresno, Livermore and Sacramento Valley Students Take Top Honors in 2016 Invasive Species Youth Art Contest

    The winners of “The Invader Files” Youth Art Contest have been announced by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Invasive Species Program.

  • Students From Across America Win Top National Honors in 18th Annual State-Fish Art Contest

    Students From Across America Win Top National Honors in 18th Annual State-Fish Art Contest

    Brooklyn Center, MN - Wildlife Forever is proud to announce the winners of the 2016 State-Fish Art Contest from across the nation. A distinguished panel of five honorary "fishery experts" selected the following Top 12 National Awards from the 1st place winners of individual states.

  • Alabama State-Fish Art Contest Winners Recognized at National Expo

    Alabama State-Fish Art Contest Winners Recognized at National Expo

    Recently, students from Alabama were nationally recognized for their artistic ability at illustrating an officially designated state-fish. First place winners in the annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art Contest, including four from Alabama, were celebrated during the organization's annual awards ceremony and expo held in Hot Springs, Ark., on August 21-22.

  • Cast Your Vote for State-Fish Art People's Choice Award

    Cast Your Vote for State-Fish Art People's Choice Award

    BROOKLYN CENTER, MN -The worldwide online public voting for the 2015 People's Choice Award is now open for Wildlife Forever's State-Fish Art Contest, presented by FLW. As the saying goes ... the one with the most votes wins! The People's Choice last year was a brook trout painting by Claudia Jo, a talented 6th grader from New York. .