2021 Share the Experience Employee Photo Contest
United States Department of the Interior
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Grand Junction, Colorado 81506
June 22, 2021
In Reply Refer To:
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EMS TRANSMISSION 06/28/2021
Information Bulletin No. 2021-032
To: All Headquarters and Field Office Officials
From: Assistant Director, National Conservation Lands and Community Partnerships
Subject: 2021 Share the Experience Employee Photo Contest
Do you have a great photo of your favorite BLM recreation site, National Conservation Land unit, or other federal land you would like to submit to this year Share the Experience Photo Contest? This officially launches the 2021 contest for federal employees and volunteers to submit their favorite public land images and will continue to accept entries through December 31, 2021.
Share the Experience Photo Contest provides a chance to win an America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass and outdoor gear for eleven winners. The grand prize winner will also receive a framed copy of the winning photo, with a second copy presented to agency leadership.
The 2020 Grand Prize-winning photo was taken by Charles Redd, an employee of Great Basin National Park. See Charles Redd’s winning image taken at Great Basin National Park and the other 2020 winners on the Share the Experience Employee Photo Contest website!
To be eligible for the contest, you must be employed by or have volunteered for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or the National Archives at some time during 2021. Contestants must take photos of lands managed by these agencies. You may enter up to 10 photos by December 31, 2021, to be eligible to win.
Please visit the Share the Experience site to "Enter the Contest".
For questions about this IB, please contact KC Craven, Outdoor Recreation Planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Signed By: Authenticated By:
Mark Lambrecht Brianna Huerta
Assistant Director Division of Regulatory Affairs and Directives,
National Conservation Lands HQ630
and Community Partnerships