The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

State News

August 25, 2012

State news briefs

(Continued)

Photos sought for W.Va. wildflower calendar

CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia officials are seeking pictures of wildflower for use in the latest “Roadsides in Bloom” calendar.

The state departments of Environmental Protection and Transportation are sponsoring the 10th annual West Virginia Operation Wildflower calendar photo contest.

Officials say those wishing to submit entries have until Oct. 1.

Judges will then select 12 photos to represent the months of the year, and a grand prize winner’s photo will be put on the calendar cover.

The state’s Operation Wildflower beautification program includes more than 250 acres of wildflowers grown on West Virginia’s roadways.

The calendar is a joint effort between the Department of Environmental Protection and the state Division of Highways.

More information about the calendar or the rules of the contest is available through the Adopt-A-Highway Program at 800-322-5530.

Text Only
State News
Helium debate
Helium
AP Video
Raw: Air Algerie Flight 5017 Wreckage Virginia Governor Tours Tornado Aftermath Judge Faces Heat Over Offer to Help Migrant Kids Kerry: No Deal Yet on 7-Day Gaza Truce Kangaroo Goes Missing in Oklahoma More M17 Bodies Return, Sanctions on Russia Grow Gaza Residents Mourn Dead Amid Airstrikes Raw: Deadly Tornado Hits Virginia Campground Ohio State Marching Band Chief Fired After Probe Raw: Big Rig Stuck in Illinois Swamp Cumberbatch Brings 'Penguins' to Comic-Con Raw: Air Algerie Crash Site in Mali Power to Be Restored After Wash. Wildfire Crashed Air Algerie Plane Found in Mali Israel Mulls Ceasefire Amid Gaza Offensive In Case of Fire, Oxygen Masks for Pets Mobile App Gives Tour of Battle of Atlanta Sites
Twitter Updates
Follow us on twitter