Ready.  Set.  Snap/Record!

It is time to put your camera to work.  Farm Safety Nova Scotia is looking for the best safety related selfie, photo, and/or video.  The selfie, photo, and/or video should include something safety related on the farm or doing something safe on the farm.


To enter the selfie, photo, and/or video contest, you need to be between the ages of 10 and 13 years old.  You must be a resident of Nova Scotia.  Your parents are not required to be a member of the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture.  No purchase is necessary to enter.

Winning Categories:

Entries will be judged by the Farm Safety Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture staff.  Pictures will be judged based on the following categories and there will be one winner for each category:

  1. Creativity
  2. Safe Activity
  3. Staff Favorite

Winners will be contacted by phone or e-mail.  Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received.


Choose one of the following: Family Pass to the Discovery Center; Family pass to Ross Farm Museum, Sports Basket, or Outdoor Play basket.


Contest start date is December 16, 2019.  Submissions must be received by 4:30 pm on January 31, 2020.  Entries can be dropped off or mailed to Farm Safety Nova Scotia or emailed to

Mailing Address

Farm Safety Nova Scotia
7 Atlantic Central Drive
East Mountain, NS
B6L 2Z2


Limit one entry per person.  The selfie, photo, and/or video can be a collaborative effort of friends and family.

Personal Information:

Please include the following information with your selfie, photo and/or video: first and last name, mailing address, phone number, and email address (can be yours or your parents).

By participating, contest entrants: (1) represent that they have complied with these Official Contest Rules; (2) have received parental consent and grant Farm Safety Nova Scotia the right to use his or her name, town/city, province, and likeness, (3) release Farm Safety Nova Scotia from all liability in connection with this Contest.  Farm Safety Nova Scotia is not responsible for lost, late or misdirected entries, or incomplete/incorrect entries.