Natural Resource Competition for High School Students

2024 Northwest Regional
Washington Envirothon

March 19, 2024
Christie True Environmental Education Center (formerly Brightwater Center)
Woodinville, WA

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 topic.

The annual Envirothon is an excellent opportunity for students to cultivate new skills and learn about resource conservation career opportunities.

Basic Team Eligibility

  • Team members must be registered in grades 9 through 12 for the current school year.
  • Teams must consist of five members from the same school, home school group, or local organization, and community clubs welcome, too!
  • Each team must have an adult advisor.

The regional competition is held on a weekday. Teams will need to get an excused absence from school to participate. A schedule will be provided ahead of time to registered teams.

Top teams from the NW Regional competition will move on to compete in the Washington State Envirothon Competition in late May. More details on the state competition are coming soon. The statewide winner represented Washington at the national competition, held in Ohio in July.

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Student Resources and Study Materials

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King Conservation District Envirothon Study Bins

Study bins are available to rent for high school students participating in Envirothon. If you are interested in checking out the bins, please fill out a request form below. Once your request is submitted, a KCD staff member will be in touch with you about next steps.

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  • The aquatic ecology bin contains identification books and activities, water quality tests, and literature.
  • The forestry bin contains forestry tools for measuring DBH, tree height and more, identification books and practice activities.
  • The soils bin contains literature, Munsell color charts, and activities and supplies to determine soil content.
  • The wildlife bin contains identification books for birds mammals and plants, along with skulls, bones and other real animal samples.
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