Conservation Through the Arts

South Dakota

  Jr. Duck Stamp Contest

 


Contest Deadline:

March 15th each year


Downloads:

  1. -2018 Entry Form.pdf

  2. -2018 Brochure.pdf


Contact Information:

SD Jr. Duck Stamp State Coordinator

  1. APRIL GREGORY

  2. D.C. Booth HNFH

  3. 423 Hatchery Circle

  4. Spearfish, SD 57783


  1. 605.642.7730 ext. 215

  2. april@dcboothfishhatchery.org  


More Information:

  1. National Junior Duck Stamp Website

  2. Buy Junior Duck Stamps

  3. View All Winning Artwork from 2008

  4. View All Winning Artwork from 2009

  5. View All Winning Artwork from 2010

2017 SD Best of Show Winner

Rachel Henderson, Age 18,  Ipswich, SD

Submission Deadline

The Junior Duck Stamp Program is an annual art contest that provides students with the opportunity to learn about biology and express their knowledge of the beauty, diversity, and interdependence of wildlife through art. 


The Junior Duck Stamp Contest, partnered with a dynamic arts curriculum, teaches wetlands and waterfowl conservation to students in kindergarten through high school.


Since the Junior Duck Stamp Contest was introduced in South Dakota in 1993, over 10,000 students have submitted artwork in the state.  In 2012, 636 South Dakota students participated in the program; and throughout the United States, over 27,000 students submitted artwork to a state contest. 


Annual revenue from the sales of Junior Duck Stamps raises an estimated $200,000 annually to fund scholarships, support the contest, and to create environmental education opportunities for students who participate in the program.


For more information about the South Dakota contest, please see the navigation bar at the top of this page.


To download contest information, an entry form, or a teacher’s curriculum; please use the information bar on the right-hand side of this page.

South Dakota’s Duck Stamp Coordinator

Booth Society’s  Executive Director, April Gregory, is the Duck Stamp Coordinator for South Dakota.  The Booth Society works in cooperation with

the Fish and Wildlife Service to operate the D.C. Booth Historic National

Fish Hatchery & Archives in Spearfish, South Dakota.

Winner for the 2011-2012 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Seventeen year old, Christine Clay of Sidney, Ohio, took National First Place with this northern pintail.

Click here to view the D.C. Booth 2013 Winter Newsletter!South_Dakota_Junior_Duck_Stamp_files/Winter%202013%20Newsletter2.pdf