Field to Fuel

The Nebraska Ethanol Board presents the Field to Fuel video contest, which encourages Nebraska high school students to explore the importance and value of American ethanol.

With a focus on educating the public about renewable fuels, students are asked to research, film and edit a two-minute video for a chance to win a $1,000 grand prize.

Official Contest Rules

Videos must be received and/or postmarked no later than Jan. 31, 2020. All entries must include an entry form. The top three video entries, as selected by a panel of judges, will receive the following prizes:

  • First place: $1,000
  • Second place: $600
  • Third place: $400

In addition, the winning entries will be featured at the Ethanol 2020: Emerging Issues Forum in Omaha during mid-April and will be posted on the Nebraska Ethanol Board website.

Eligibility

The contest is open to students currently attending a Nebraska high school (grades 9-12 in a public, private or home school setting). Immediate family members of contest sponsors are not eligible to compete.

Requirements

  • Video submissions must not exceed two minutes in length.
  • There is no limit to the number of participants in the video; however, only one prize will be given per video, not per person.
  • Video submissions must be original works and not contain copyrighted material or any material that is proprietary to a third party, which includes music.
  • Videos will be the sole property of the Nebraska Ethanol Board.
  • Only one video may be submitted per individual or team.

How to Enter

Complete the Field to Fuel entry form and submit it along with a DVD, flash drive or unlisted YouTube link containing your video to jessica.sodeke@nebraska.gov or mail your entry to:

Nebraska Ethanol Board | Attn: Field to Fuel

P.O. Box 94922 | Lincoln, NE 68509

For more information or questions about the Field to Fuel video contest, please contact Jessica at 402-471-2941 or Jessica.sodeke@nebraska.gov.

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