Results have been announced for the Kaz Collins School of the Air Photo Competition run by Rangelands NRM for children living in the outback of Western Australia.

‘People in the rangelands’ was the theme of the competition in 2017, now in its seventh year. A total of 103 photo entries were received from 34 individual students from all five Western Australian Schools of the Air – Kalgoorlie, Meekatharra, Carnarvon, Port Hedland and Kimberley.

Rangelands NRM Chief Executive Officer Dr Gaye Mackenzie said the competition is a great opportunity to raise awareness of natural resource management and, this year, to encourage the children to think about different people who live and work in the rangelands.

Further information about the competition, and the winning photos, can be viewed on the Rangelands NRM website.

(Article courtesy of the Rangelands NRM media release)