The Project Food, Land & People Conceptual Framework serves as the skeletal structure to hold together seven comprehensive ideas from agricultural awareness to responsible food, land and people decision making for both today and the future. The framework outline, with its content subdivisions, identifies topics used by teachers and educators in creating FLP's instructional lessons. NMACD is a Food Land and People (FLP) Licensed Affiliate. For more information on available resources, please click on the link to our FLP_Brochure.pdf at the bottom of this web page or contact:
Debbie Hughes, NMACD Executive Director 575-981-2400 firstname.lastname@example.org
or Mary Lou Ballard at 575-785-2306 email@example.com
If you have a problem printing the FLP_Brochure.pdf, press "Ctrl+P" together, make appropriate selections and print the brochure in Landscape format.
National Food Land and People website: http://www.foodlandpeople.org/
"We All Need Trees"
2016 Poster Contest
2016 Poster Contest
2016 Contest Theme
We all need trees
Poster Categories by grade:
The contest is open to public, private or home school students.
Local districts or states may have different categories or rules for their contest.
Rules and Resources
Click on the file below for Contest Rules: 2016_NACD_Poster_Contest_rules-ver...
Be sure to check your local contest and state rules as they may differ from the national rules.
Sponsored by the New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts
NMACD will be using the same eligibility rules as NACD. The link for the NACD website poster contest is given below. (Copy and paste the link into your browser.) Any district hosting a local poster contest will need to bring their winning posters to the NMACD Annual Conference in Ruidoso scheduled for October 27-28, 2015, for state contest judging.
NMACD will have award ribbons for each category and will forward the state contest winning posters to NACD for the national competition.