Environmental & Natural Resource Competition for High School Students
What is the Envirothon?
Washington State Envirothon is an annual environmental and natural resource competition for high school students organized by Washington Conservation Districts. Teams of students compete in five natural resource topic areas: aquatic ecology, forestry, soils/land use, wildlife, and a current topic issue. Envirothon provides an opportunity for students to engage with diverse environmental issues, and learn from natural resource professionals.
2023 NW Envirothon Competition
Whatcom Conservation District (WCD) is recruiting Whatcom County educators and high school students interested in participating in this year’s NW Regional competition. The 2023 Northwest Regional Envirothon competition will be held on March 23, 2023. Registration is now open for teams.
For more information, contact Aneka Sweeney at email@example.com or (360) - 526-2381 ex. 103.
Basic Eligibility Info:
Team members must be registered in grades 9-12 for the current school year.
Teams must consist of five members from the same school, home school group, or local organization- community clubs welcome, too!
For more information about preparing for the competition, please visit the King Conservation District (KCD) Envirothon page.
An adult adviser must accompany teams and is responsible for the behavior of team members during meals, free time and other times not related to testing or preparation for competition.
There are regional competitions and the best teams compete at a state competition.
The winning team from the state competition advances to the national competition.