TFGA wants farm photos for 2022 calendar

TFGA wants farm photos for 2022 calendar

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PHOTOS WANTED: Agriculture advocate Montanna Gilroy poses with a sheep. Picture: Supplied

PHOTOS WANTED: Agriculture advocate Montanna Gilroy poses with a sheep. Picture: Supplied

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TFGA running a photo competition for its 2022 calendar.

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Tasmania's peak primary producer body wants residents to capture the state's agricultural activities - and natural beauty - for publication in its 2022 calendar.

It's the first time the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association has run a calendar photo competition.

"We thought it was a fun way to engage our members and the Tasmanian community at large," TFGA spokesperson Hayley Stepchuck said.

"We all know how lucky we are to be surrounded by Tasmania's rugged landscapes and natural beauty and the TFGA would like to celebrate that.

"The response has already been amazing."

The response has already been amazing. - Hayley Stepchuck, Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association

All Tasmanians, not just farmers, are invited to submit photographs for the calendar.

Those handy with a camera have a couple of months to take a winning photograph, with entries closing on October 22.

Entrants have been asked to submit one high-resolution, landscape picture.

Winners will be announced on the TFGA Facebook page on November 1.

"There have already been a number of creative pictures taken, so the 2022 calendar promises to be a sight to behold," Ms Stepchuck said.

The TFGA is also looking for businesses who might want to sponsor next year's calendar.

A panel of judges will pick the best 12 photos to feature in the calendar.

Entries can be forwarded to the TFGA by emailing hayley.stepchuk@tfga.com.au.

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