Washington Envirothon

The Washington State Envirothon is an annual natural resources competition in which high school youth demonstrate their knowledge and problem-solving skills on the topics of aquatic ecology, forestry, soils & land use, and wildlife.  Regional competitions take place throughout the state in the spring of each year, and the state competition is held in mid-May.  The Washington State … More Washington Envirothon

Ride-a-Thon for Envirothon Success!

John Floyd, Vice Chair for the Pend Oreille Conservation District, and member of the Washington State Envirothon Committee, set off this May on a huge adventure in support of our state’s Envirothon competitors. The Envirothon is a natural resource competition for High School students, exposing them to hands-on environmental science topics and conservation careers.  The … More Ride-a-Thon for Envirothon Success!

Palouse Conservation District Hosts 2016 WA State Envirothon

The 2016 Washington State Envirothon Competition was held at Fields Spring State Park in Anatone, WA on Thursday, May 19th from 8:00 AM-2:30 PM.  Teams from all over Washington arrived Wednesday afternoon for registration followed by an informative guided hike throughout the park.  During their hike, students were encouraged to partake in a native plant … More Palouse Conservation District Hosts 2016 WA State Envirothon