UNL IANR Offers Video Contest to Promote Agriculture and Natural Resources - CropWatch, June 2012
June 6, 2012
Be an Advocate for Nebraska Agriculture and Natural Resources — Win $500
The July 1 deadline is nearing for entering UNL's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources “Grow Eat Learn” video competition. For this competition contestants are invited to create engaging videos that educate the public on the food they eat and the importance of agriculture and natural resource stewardship in feeding the world.
- Be no longer than two minutes.
- Include the GrowEatLearn.unl.edu website within the video.
- Be loaded to YouTube.
Just two more rules:
- Be creative.
- Have fun!
After receiving all of the entries, the approved videos will be linked from the GrowEatLearn.unl.edu website on June 25, when the UNL website is formally launched. The three videos that get the most views on YouTube by noon (CST) August 1, 2012 will receive a cash stipend of $500. There is no limit to the number of entries you can submit.
This competition is open to all Nebraska residents as well as all UNL students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Videos entered into the competition may be used for future promotions as part of the GrowEatLearn.unl.edu website.
This contest is being sponsored by the “Transforming Food and Natural Resources, IANR to 2025” team which was charged by IANR Harlan Vice Chancellor Ronnie Green to develop an integrated plan for enhancing comprehensive student programs including interdisciplinary programs in the life sciences, NU system-wide food and natural resource literacy, and other curricula.