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Tuesday, March 14, 2017


Prize Details

(1) Grand Prize will be made available, consisting of: (1) $5,000 grant awarded in the form of a check made payable to the winning school, to be used towards a school garden/gardening supplies; an introduction to a local agronomist selected by Sponsor in its sole discretion.
Total ARV of the Grand Prize is $5,000.

(5) Runner-Up Prizes each consisting of: (1) $1,000 grant
awarded in the form of a check made payable to the winning school, to be used towards a school garden/gardening supplies. Total ARV of each Runner-Up Prize is $1,000.

(1) School Event Prize will be made available, consisting of in-school celebratory event on/around Earth Day. There is no ARV ascribed the School Event Prize, as it is an educational
event. All details regarding the School Event Prize will be determined by Sponsor, in Sponsor’s sole discretion. To determine which school receives the School Event Prize, each principal of a Grand Prize or Runner-Up Prize winning school (Principal) will be asked to create an original 1-2 minute video, explaining what their school plans to do with the grant money it will receive via the Contest. Each such Principal who wishes to participate must complete and return his/her video in accordance with these Official Rules and Sponsor’s further instructions, by the deadline designated by Sponsor. Videos will be judged by Sponsor’s designated judges, based on the
following criteria: (a) creativity (50%); and (b) overall impact of the idea on the school’s community (50%). The school whose Principal submits the highest scoring video will receive the School Event Prize. In the event of a tie, the tie will be broken based on the higher creativity score. Principals must obtain written permission from each person (and if a minor, his/her parent/legal guardian) whose name, image, likeness and/or voice (Likeness) is included in a Video. Each Principal further represents and warrants that such person(s) have granted the Principal all necessary rights to use their likeness, and that the Principal will make written copies
of such permissions available to the Sponsor upon request. Videos: (i) must not contain any copyrighted elements other than elements owned by the entrant, or elements owned by Sponsor
or Nutrients For Life Foundation (the “Provided Elements”); (ii) must be in keeping with Sponsor’s image; (iii) must not contain inappropriate content; and (iv) must not defame or invade the privacy or publicity rights of any person, living or deceased, or otherwise infringe upon a person's personal or proprietary rights. Videos that do not adhere to the foregoing and following requirements (as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion) will be considered void.


Contest is open to legal residents of the (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are 18 years of age or older at the date of participation.

Limit (1) vote via this voting method per eligible email address, per day.

Review and Additional Information

Eligible voters may vote for the eligible school they want to win one of the
prizes described in Section 4 below. An eligible school is defined as a public, private or
parochial school in the Eligibility Area that is organized and primarily operated for educational
purposes, containing any class with students in Grade 6, Grade 7, or Grade 8, and being
considered tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Tax Code or
being registered as a public school with the National Center for Educational Statistics. Note that
home schools are not eligible to participate in this Contest. The eligible schools which receive the greatest number of votes during the Voting Period weighted in direct proportion to the
school’s total student population will be awarded the Grand and Runner-Up Prizes, as further described in Section 4. Additionally, one of the winning schools will also receive a School Event Prize as described in Section 4.

TO VOTE: On your first visit to,
you will be asked to complete (5) multiple-choice questions. Once you have completed the questions (answers do not need to be correct to qualify to vote), you will be taken to the Contest
voting page where you may search for your school by entering the school’s zip code or city and state in the space provided, and choosing your school from among those listed. If your school’s name is not listed, you may manually insert your eligible school’s name and address in the space provided and follow instructions to complete your submission. You will also be asked to provide your name, email address, and telephone number. On subsequent visits to the program web site, you will only have to enter your email address in order to access the Contest voting page. All votes must be received by Sponsor’s server no later than 5:00 PM ET on March 14, 2017. Limit (1) vote via this voting method per eligible email address, per day.

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