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Posted on: June 5, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Submit photos online to enter Clean Water Partners contest

Clean Water Partners community calendar June 2019 image

The Battle Creek Area Clean Water Partners annual photo contest continues, and there’s an easy way to submit photos online in the home stretch.

The Clean Water Partners website,, has been in the process of a redesign, which is now complete, and contest photo entries can be submitted there. The group appreciates your patience during this process!

There will be cash prizes in youth and adult divisions. Winning photos will be used in the 2020 Clean Water Partners community calendar.

To participate, visit, and click Photo Contest under the Get Involved tab. Read the contest rules, complete the application, and upload your photos. You will submit the application and waiver with an electronic signature.

You may submit one photo per season, from within the Kalamazoo River Watershed in Calhoun County. Photos must be taken between June 1, 2018 and Aug. 31, 2019.

The photo contest is another way for neighbors to capture, celebrate, and share the Kalamazoo River Watershed, as an asset, with the rest of the community, and help foster a sense of adoption and stewardship. Visit the Clean Water Partners website to find more information about how you can help keep our water safe, clean, and healthy!

The Battle Creek Area Clean Water Partnership is the City of Battle Creek, City of Springfield, Calhoun County Road Department, Kellogg Community College, Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center, the townships of Bedford, Emmett, Leroy, Newton, and Pennfield, and Battle Creek area schools, with the common goal of protecting our area’s waterways.

Contact the city’s environmental program coordinator, Lizzy Paul, with any questions – 269-966-3355 ext. 1889, or at

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