Vote in the 2021 Habitat at Home Photo Contest
Thank You to Our Prize Donors and Judges!
The grand prize winner will receive a professional landscape consultation from Byington Landscape Architects. The other finalists will win prizes donated by New Leaf Garden Market, Raymond’s Garden Center, Spriggly’s Beescaping, Milkweed Meadows Farm, and Bee City USA- Hendersonville. Thank you to these local businesses and partners for supporting Habitat at Home!
We also want to thank our panel of expert judges who selected these finalists:
- Kevin Adams is a renowned photographer and photography teacher. He is the author of North Carolina Waterfalls and founder of the nonprofit, Waterfall Keepers of North Carolina.
- Kim Bailey is an environmental educator, the coordinator of Bee City USA – Hendersonville, and the owner of Milkweed Meadows Farm.
- Bill Imhof is an award-winning photographer who uses his talents to support nonprofits including Conserving Carolina and The Christian Appalachian Project.
- Annie Martin, known as Mossin’ Annie, is a WNC native, nationally-recognized moss landscaping expert and owner of Mountain Moss Enterprises, with background experience as a professional photographer for the Blue Ridge Parkway.
- Deni McIntyre is an award-winning filmmaker and photographer. She and her husband, Will McIntyre, founded Will & Deni Media and created the Emmy-nominated PBS series, David Holt’s State of Music.
Congratulations to the three contestants who earned honorable mentions!
- Audrey Ruth won an honorable mention for this Outstanding Youth Entry, with her photo of a clearwing moth.
- Mary Ellen Kustin earned an honorable mention for this Outstanding Video Entry, showing the family life of Carolina wrens on her porch.
- Jorja Grael got an honorable mention for this Notable Wildlife Habitat, showing how much life is in a dead tree.
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