It’s an exhibit featuring winning and honorable mention photographs from the BC Environmental Management Council’s Photography Competition.

According to a press release from the Broome County Executive’s office, the 2020 Joyce KL Smith Environmental Photography Show will officially open, Saturday October 3rd at the Taste NY Store at Cornell Cooperative, on upper front street in Binghamton.

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This exhibit showcases the landscape and beauty of our natural environment here in Broome County, in several categories, including Animal Life, Plant Life, and Natural Landscapes.

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The theme for this year’s shown is being called “Earth Day Every Day” and is in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, there will also be a special honor going to the photo that highlights the theme.

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How many times have you stepped back and just looked around at our surroundings, this show case will remind you of the beautiful landscapes and surroundings of Broome County.

The event is held in honor of Joyce KL Smith, a longtime EMC member, and local leader for the environment. All proceeds of the competition go to the Joyce Smith Memorial Fund, which is dedicated to furthering environmental education and enhancing environmental quality.

The exhibit is open to the public through the end of the October, at the Taste New York Store located at Cornell Cooperative 840 Upper Front Street in Binghamton. The hours are Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm, and Saturdays 8am to 2pm.

Visitors must wear a mask and practice social distancing.

The Broome County Regional Farmers Market is also open if you would like to show your support to local farmers and artisans.


For more information CLICK HERE  or call 607 778 2375 weekdays


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