Form Your Envirothon 2022 Team Now!

Spring 2022 is fast approaching. Now is the time to talk with your teachers, classes, clubs, and friends to form a team for a 2022 Envirothon competition.

What is Envirothon?

Envirothon is the largest outdoor environmental science competition in the United States and Canada for high school students. Students compete in teams of five to demonstrate their knowledge in Soils, Forestry, Aquatics, Wildlife, and a current issue topic. This year’s current issue topic is Waste to Resources.

The Washington State Envirothon brings together top teams from the Washington State Regional events. The winner of the Washington State Envirothon competition represents Washington at the North American National Envirothon.

When and where are the 2022 Regional Competitions held?

Find the details and team registration of the 2022 Regional Envirothon Competitions below and the counties that compete in each competition. If you don’t see the county you live in listed below, reach out to

The Washington State Envirothon Committee will be keeping a close eye on statewide COVID safety protocols and are prepared to accommodate a virtual competition for the Regionals and State Competitions if needed to ensure the health and safety of all involved.

Students who attend school in Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan, Stevens, and Grant Counties.
Students who attend school in King, Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, Island, and Kittitas Counties.
Students who attend school in Adams, Benton, Franklin, Garfield, Lincoln, Walla Walla, Whitman, and Yakima Counties.
Students who attend school in Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, Thurston, and Pierce Counties.

What study resources are available for Envirothon Teams?

For online and study resources for teams, please reference our Aquatic Ecology, Forestry, Soils and Land Use, Wildlife and Current Issue Resources pages. The WA Envirothon committee will also be holding training sessions and workshops to help teams prepare for the competition. We will update our website as these training sessions become available.

Find and contact your local conservation district for more information.

Who can compete?

Students grade 9-12 from the same school, home school, or local organization (FFA, ect.) can form a team and compete. Teams must consist of five members and have an adult team advisor, who can attend the competitions.

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