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Natural Resource Competition for High School Students

The Envirothon is North America's leading environmental education competition, with an estimated 500,000 high school students in the United States and Canada demonstrating their knowledge and problem-solving skills on the topics of aquatic ecology, forestry, soils/land use, wildlife, and a current issue.

2017 NW Regional Envirothon – Now Enrolling!
The annual Envirothon is an excellent opportunity for students to cultivate new skills and learn about resource conservation career opportunities. High school teams participating in Envirothon explore ecology, natural resource management and current environmental issues through an overarching special topic/environmental theme.


Date: March 29, 2017
Location: Brightwater Education Center, Woodinville, WA

Questions: Contact, or 425-282-1930

The special topic for the 2017 Envirothon is: Agricultural Soil and Water Conservation Stewardship.

Team Eligibility:

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2017 Washington State Envirothon
Winning teams from each county are eligible to compete in the Washington State Envirothon. Registration will be available after March 30th.

Washington Envirothon Date: May 17-18, 2017
Camp Waskowitz, North Bend, WA
Questions: or 425-282-1930
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Past Events

2016 Northwest Washington Regional Envirothon
On April 12th, 2016, the Skagit Conservation District hosted the NW Regional Envirothon at the Brightwater Water Treatment Facility in Woodinville. Two teams from King County represented the region by showcasing their knowledge at Forestry, Soils/ Land Use, Wildlife, and Aquatic Ecology test stations. They were also asked to present an oral argument on a scenario related to the 2016 topic of Invasive Species. 

Congratulations to the Mercer Slough team for winning first place in the 2016 Envirothon!
Photos from Last Year's Northwest Regional Envirothon

For more information about the 2017 Envirothon
contact Stacie Powers by phone at 425-282-1930, or email Stacie Powers