Missouri Department of Natural Resources invites photographers to enter its 2024 photo contest


Missouri – The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MoDNR) is once again inviting photographers to participate in its 2024 photo contest. With a submission deadline of September 1, this marks the 11th year the department is holding this much-anticipated event.

Missouri, known for its rich landscapes, historical sites, and vibrant wildlife, offers endless inspiration for both amateur and professional photographers. The MoDNR Photo Contest aims to highlight these magnificent sights through the lenses of those who appreciate them most.

Contest Categories and Entry Details

Participants are encouraged to submit their entries under three main categories:

  • Natural Resources: Photographs of Missouri’s air, landscapes, and waterways.
  • Unique Places: Photographs taken within one of Missouri’s state parks and historic sites. For a list of all parks and sites, visit mostateparks.com.
  • People Enjoying Missouri’s Outdoors: Photographs of people enjoying and exploring Missouri’s great outdoors.

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A panel of expert judges will review the submissions post-deadline, selecting winners for first, second, third, and honorable mentions across all categories. The winning photographs will not only gain recognition but will also be featured across various platforms, including the department’s social media and official website.

For those interested in participating, detailed contest rules and the submission process are available at dnr.mo.gov/photocontest. Questions or inquiries about the contest can be directed to the MoDNR via email at [email protected]. This contest presents a unique opportunity for both amateur and seasoned photographers to showcase their talent and the natural beauty of Missouri.

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