Lusscroft Farm photography competition invites entries

Wantage, N.J. The deadline is June 15. Entry categories are Foliage and Fauna, Still Life, Landscape, Architecture/Cityscape, People, and Student.

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The Heritage and Agriculture Association has announced the 2019 Lusscroft Farm Benefit Photography Competition, an annual event open to amateur, professional, and student photographers inside or outside of Sussex County.

Entries may be submitted through June 15. Several area businesses have agreed to be drop-off locations during their business hours, including:

Photographs, 41B Theatre Center, Sparta, N.J.: 973-729-5929

Hamburg Supply Company, 180 State Rt. 23 South, Hamburg, N.J.: 973-827-2553

Helricks, 158 W Clinton St. (Rt 15), Dover, N.J.: 973-361-2559

Entries will also be accepted at Lusscroft Farm, 50 Neilsen Road, Wantage, on Saturday, June 15, between noon and 3 p.m.

Entry forms, model release forms, contest rules, and prize information are available at and at the drop-off locations.

All photographs must have been taken by the entrant. They must be mounted and matted and in a clear bag protector. No framed pieces will be accepted.

The maximum size, including the mat, is 16 by 20 inches. Model releases are required for any photos that contain recognizable people.

Entry fees are $10 per photo, or three for $25.

Students under age 18 receive a special student entry rate of $2 per photo, or 3 for $5. The limit is three entries per person.

Proceeds help restoration projects at Lusscroft Farm.

Entry categories are: Foliage and Fauna, Still Life, Landscape, Architecture/Cityscape, People, and Student (age 18 and under).

Entries will be on display in the Lusscroft Manor House during Lusscroft Day on July 13.

The competition is presented by The Heritage and Agriculture Association in cooperation with the NJ DEP/Division of Parks and Forestry.

For more information email or call 973-288-2760.

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