The seventh international “Fascination of Plants Day” 2024 (FoPD 2024) will be launched by plant scientists across the world under the umbrella of the European Plant Science Organisation (EPSO).
The goal of this activity is to get as many people as possible around the world fascinated by plants and enthused about the importance of plant science for agriculture and sustainable production of nutritious food, as well as for horticulture, forestry and the production of plant-based non-food products such as paper, timber, chemicals, energy and pharmaceuticals. The role of plants in environmental conservation is also a key message.
2024 Urban Eucalypts Photography Competition
We encourage anybody with a love of eucalypts to enter and share their favourite urban eucalypt photos. It may be a tree in your garden, in a streetscape, in a park, in Botanical gardens or in any other urban setting.
All levels of ability are welcome and there is no need for expensive equipment.
3 Prize packs will be awarded with some fun eucalypt-inspired goodies.
Post your best urban eucalypt shots on Instagram with the competition hashtag #UrbanEucs2024.
- You must be following @rememberthewild and @EucalyptAus
- Competition commences 10/04/2024 and final entries close 10/05/2024. Photos must be uploaded to Instagram between these dates.
- Photos must be the original artwork of the entrant
- Photos must be able to be identified with a place and time taken.
- Eucalypts for these purposes include the genera eucalyptus, corymbia and angophora.
- Shortlisted entrants (notified by DM before 17/05/2024) must provide a high-quality copy for our websites and agree to Eucalypt Australia using the photos across our social media platforms and websites. Photos will all receive attribution.
- We will notify winners by DM and announce in our stories on Fascination of Plants Day Day 18 May 2024.
- This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered or associated with Instagram
Image shown from James Harris the 2021 winner with a stunning photo of Snow Gums (E. pauciflora subsp. acerina)