"... unique and enjoyable experience designed to stimulate, reinforce, and enhance interest in the environment and natural resources among high school students."

What is the Envirothon? 

A competitive outdoor team event, the Envirothon tests students' knowledge of soils, forestry, wildlife, aquatic ecology, and current environmental issues. In addition, the Envirothon encourages cooperative decision making and team building. While each student on an Envirothon team is challenged to contribute his or her personal best, the score that counts at the end of an Envirothon is the team score.

Five Area Envirothons are conducted around Ohio each Spring. The top four teams from each of these Area competitions progress to the Ohio Envirothon in June. This state level contest is held in a different part of Ohio each year. The top-scoring team in the Ohio Envirothon is eligible to compete in the National Envirothon, hosted by a different state each year.

If you are a teacher in Summit County and would like more information on how your school can participate in the next envirothon, or if you would simply like more information on the Envirothon, please contact Sandy Barbic at the Summit SWCD office, 330-926-2452, or sbarbic@summitoh.net

2020 Area II ENVIROTHON

April 30, 2020 at Kent State University-Salem Branch
2491 OH-45 Salem, OH 44460

DEADLINE for registration is March, 30, 2020.

The Current Environmental Issue for 2020 is Water Resource Management: Local Control and Local Solutions!

Information and resources on this topic can be found below.