2020 Student Video Contest for River Health

The Regional Coalition of Clean Rivers and Streams (RCCRS), a partnership of local public agencies, invites 6th- through 12th-grade students to enter our first-ever Portland metro area middle and high school video contest.

We teach people about how stormwater pollution impacts our rivers and streams and steps we can all take to protect our water. We hope you want to join in, too!

Contest details

Application deadline for entry extended to May 31, 2020!

Contest entries will consist of 25- or 55-second videos about water pollution. All Portland-Metro area middle and high school students are invited to participate. Public, private, charter, and home school students are eligible.

A $500 first prize will be awarded in each of these categories:

🎥 Best Long Video (55 seconds)
🎬 Best Short Video (25 seconds)
🥇 People’s Choice (overall favorite, short or long)

Video entries must focus on one of the following stormwater pollution prevention topics:

🍃 A. Leave no trace: protect rivers while enjoying the outdoors
🐟 B. We all live downstream: what connects you to Oregon’s water?
💊 C. Everyday pollution prevention: how daily routines at home can pollute stormwater
🚗 D. Cars: minimize water pollution from driving and maintaining vehicles
🤝 E. Watershed councils: make a commercial promoting your local council

Let’s get started!

Application deadline for entry extended to May 31, 2020!

✔️ Application form

✔️ Video release form

✔️ Eligibility Checklist and Deadlines

✔️ Fact Sheets