The Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC), a thirty-seven-county member strong service organization that champions policies on behalf of California’s rural counties, is holding its 4th Annual Rural County Photo Contest. The RCRC Photo Contest was “created to promote tourism and local economic development through showcasing the beautiful landscape, scenery, activities, history, and charm of RCRC’s member counties.”
The contest is open to members of the public and anyone residing in Nevada County. Submissions are accepted July 1 to July 21, 2020. Official contest rules are available at rcrcnet.org. Participants are limited to five (5) photographs and should meet the following criteria:
- Be an original work by the participant or submitted with photographer’s written permission.
- Be taken in one of the 37 RCRC member counties.
- Not contain texts, watermarks, or logos.
- Not be entered in any other Contest, previously produced for compensation.
- Not contain material that is violent, inappropriate, sexually explicit, depicts nudity, or is indecent, obscene, hateful, tortious, defamatory, slanderous, or libelous, as determined by RCRC in its sole discretion.
Nevada County is one of those 37 counties. RCRC works to advocate on behalf of rural issues at the state and federal levels. RCRC provides rural county perspectives on issues during the legislative and regulatory process in order to enhance and protect the quality of life in California’s small and rural counties. Nevada County District 3 Supervisor, Dan Miller who also serves as the 2nd Vice Chair on the RCRC Board of Directors explained, “RCRC’s work on behalf of rural counties in California is invaluable to our representation in Sacramento and Washington”.
For more information please visit RCRCNet.org.