2016 Grand Prize Winner: Andrew Lincoln, Napa County
The vineyard before first light “makes for a very surreal environment and very dramatic moments,” said Andrew Lincoln of this view of the chardonnay winegrape harvest. “What really matters is the collective process behind the (wine) product—everything from the farmers who manage the crop to the stories of the laborers and to the wildlife who call it their home.”
August 12, 2017 - California Farm Bureau Federation 2017 Photo Contest is now open.
Your own fresh perspective on California agriculture could win the $1,000 Grand Prize!
Photos should showcase California agriculture, depicting subjects such as fresh food, farm products being grown or harvested, animals on the farm, family farm life, people working on the farm or ranch, rural scenery, urban food production, or plated food.
Take your best shot!
Am I eligible?
The contest is open to any amateur photographer (one who does not regularly receive income from photography) who is a member of a county Farm Bureau in California, a contributing member of California Bountiful Foundation, or the child or ward of either such member.
Employees (and their immediate family members) of California Farm Bureau Federation (CFBF), its affiliated companies or county Farm Bureaus may not participate.
Young photographers are encouraged to enter in the Budding Artists category, presented by California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom. An entrant as a Budding Artist must be 13 years old or younger as of September 30, 2017, and a child or ward of a county Farm Bureau member or California Bountiful Foundation contributing member.
Join at www.cfbf.com/join or www.californiabountiful.org.
Submit up to five print or high-resolution digital photos. Enter online or print the entry form and postmark by Sept. 30, 2017.
See rules for details.
- Grand Prize − $1,000
- First Place − $500
- Second Place − $250
- Third Place − $100
- Honorable Mention (six winners) − $50
- First Place − $250
- Second Place − $100
For more information: email@example.com
Source: California Farm Bureau Federation