What is the Envirothon?
The West Virginia Envirothon is a conservation education program and competition for students in grades 9 through 12. The West Virginia Envirothon focuses on five subject areas: aquatics, forestry, soils, wildlife, and a current environmental topic. By participating in the Envirothon program students learn about West Virginia's diverse ecosystem and how they can help conserve and protect it for future generations.
How can I participate?
To participate in the West Virginia Envirothon, you must first put together a team of five students and one adult advisor/chaperone. Teams can be created through school clubs, home school groups, classes, 4-H groups, scout troops, etc. The next step is to register your team for the upcoming West Virginia Envirothon, get your study materials and prepare for the competition. Teams are tested on their natural resource knowledge, skills, and problem-solving abilities.
Free School Grants, Graduate College Credit for Teachers and Project- Based Environmental Education for Students
The WV Envirothon committee is announcing an exciting opportunity for teachers interested in working with high school students on environmental issues. If you enjoy teaching environmental concepts, would like to receive college credit and a grant for your school, please continue reading.
Here is the deal:
Schools will receive a $200 grant to purchase equipment for environmental education (If school has multiple teams only 1 grant will be awarded to the school).
Students will receive an opportunity to participate in a real-world, project based learning competition and meet other students from across the state.
Teachers will receive:
To sign up for the teacher workshop click on the following link and complete and submit form 2015 WV Envirothon Teacher Training
**** There is an additional opportunity being made available to you as well but is not required to attend. The day before our scheduled WV Envirothon workshop (October 8) we will have Project WET, Project Learning Tree and possibly Project WILD facilitators present at Holly Gray Park to train teachers on these project based curriculum. If you attend this training, you will receive copies of these excellent curriculums to use in your classrooms. The training on October 8 begins at 1 p.m. and will end at 8 p.m. with a 1 hour dinner break (on your own). Be sure to click yes on the WV Envirothon Teacher Training registration form if you can attend this additional training. Once again, this training is not required to meet the obligations of the WV Envirothon grant and stipend program.
For more information contact: Jason Hughes at (304) 558-2347 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 West Virginia Envirothon2015 All Team Scores.pdf
2015 Final Ten.pdf
2015 Envirothon Training Opportunities
Eastern Panhandle CD Envirothon Training, October 14 at 8:30 am, Nature Center Capacom State Park, all inquires may be dircted to Heather Duncan, Education Outreach Specialist at (304) 263-4376 ext 5, or by email at email@example.com.
Please see the attached flyer for further details: 2015 Fall Training Flyer
Policy and Procedures
West Virginia Envirothon Study Materials
Additional Information and Resources
(click image to visit NCF Envirothon Website)
2015 NCF Envirothon
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National Student Video ContestWin cash prizes by creating a short video on a global challenge impacted by population growth. All high school students are eligible to enter. Submission deadline: February 19, 2015. For more information, please visit www.worldof7billion.org/student-video-contest/
Want to get involved?
For additional information, contact John Sencindiver by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at