Environment Hoosier student wins Environmental Protection Agency art award

Hoosier student wins Environmental Protection Agency art award

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Jenna Phillips, a student from Bloomington, was recently announced as a winner of the first annual EPA Region 5 ClimateChange Art Challenge.  The Environmental Protection Agency chose one student from each of the region’s five states.

Jenna Phillips' winning artwork

Middle School students were asked to answer the questions “What is climate change?” through drawing or painting. Winners were chosen based on the most creative and representative depictions of climate change. Over 450 submissions were received and winners will receive eco-friendly plaques commending their achievement.

Click here to view Phillips’ winning artwork along with other winners from Region 5.