INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is asking people to share their times in the outdoors on social media.
The agency is sponsoring a contest that asks people to share outdoor experiences on Instagram and follow DNR and indianadnr.
Anyone who wishes to take part can post a photo and use the hashtag #getINoutdoors.
The state says participants should make sure to identify the subjects and locations in the photo and tag it indianadnr.
Photo sharers will be entered for a random chance to win a 2015 Annual Entrance Pass for Indiana state parks and reservoirs. The DNR may use the photos for promotional purposes.
The contest ends Sept. 19.
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