Submit your forestry-related photos for the chance to win prizes.

COFI launches third annual Forestry Photo contest

The winner will receive a $500 Canadian Tire gift card and a CFI Magazine feature

The BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI), with media partner Canadian Forest Industries and CFI Magazine, has launched its third annual Forestry Photo contest. The contest showcases the importance of forest products in our everyday lives.

From now to December 15, COFI and CFI Magazine will accept photo entries that capture the many ways we interact with forest products.

One grand prize winner will be selected to receive a prize, and there will be three runner-up winners. The grand prize winner will be featured on the cover of CFI Magazine, and will receive a $500 gift card from Canadian Tire.

Selected photos will also be published in CFI Magazine. The three other winners will receive a $100 gift card from Canadian Tire.

For contest rules and to enter, go to http://www.woodbusiness.ca/photo-contest.



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