Partner Event: Swimmable Water Weekend Photo Contest
- Potomac River Watershed (map)
Potomac Riverkeeper Network (PRKN), along with Waterkeeper Alliance, is celebrating Swimmable Water Weekend by hosting an interactive photo contest. The challenge is simple: post your favorite water photo of the Potomac Watershed to Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram and make sure to tag PRKN at @potomacriver with the hashtag #Swimmablewaterweekend.
The winner will receive a spot on the official Potomac Riverkeeper Network boat trip for a tour or patrol with his or her Riverkeeper. The winning picture will also be featured on PRKN's website and fall newsletter. Runner up photos will be featured as well! Winners will be announced August 5.
How to enter:
2. Post your photo to the social media platform of your choice. For Facebook be sure to tag @PotomacRiverkeeperNetwork and use the hashtag #Swimmablewaterweekend. For Twitter and Instagram tag @PotomacRiver and use the same hashtag. Note: Twitter and Instagram profiles must be public for PRKN to view the photos!
3. Share with your friends and family and get swimming, paddling, or fishing out on the river.
To learn more about Waterkeeper Alliance's challenge visit their webpage >
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