Litter prevention video contest

Photo of litter along a stream.
April 10, 2013
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The Alice Ferguson Foundation is inviting residents of the Potomac Watershed to show off their creative side, and in the process, encourage others not to litter.

The Litter Prevention Video Contest is looking for 30, 60 or 90 second videos about litter prevention and the need for a trash free Potomac Watershed.  The winner of the contest will receive $1,000 and have their video used as a PSA for the Regional Litter Prevention Campaign.  Videos will be judged on their effectiveness at conveying the anti-littering message to the public, how effectively the video references the Campaign, originality and creativity.

Photo of a volunteer picking up litter along a roadside. The contest is open for submissions through May 15, 2013. For complete Rules, Eligibility and other resources, visit the Video Contest website.  Judges will choose the top five videos.  They will be posted on the Alice Ferguson Foundation website where the public can vote on a winner.

The Regional Litter Prevention Campaign is a public education and awareness campaign to change the behavior of those who litter.


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