Team Trainings & Webinars

Below are some recommended events to help Envirothon teams prepare for the upcoming competition. These events are also great opportunities for high school students to learn more about careers in the natural resource management field and meet professionals.


Envirothon 2023 Workshop Series:

Prepare for the competition & learn about environmental science topics from natural resource experts. This is a unique opportunity for Envirothon teams to learn about topics covered in the Envirothon competition and learn more about future careers in the environmental science field.

Envirothon 101 Webinar
January 24, 2023 – 4:00-5:00PM

Are you interested in Envirothon, but not sure where to start?  Join us to learn about the basics of Envirothon participation, where to find resources, the competition structure, and more.  Hear from past participants, and ask questions of regional Envirothon organizers.  This webinar is open to both advisors and students.

Climate Change Virtual Panel
February 15, 2023 – 6:00-7:30PM
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Join us for a panel discussion with climate experts from across the region. Speakers from the USDA Northwest Climate Hub, Padilla Bay Reserve, and more will discuss the ways in which their organizations help our region adapt to the changing climate. This is a great opportunity to get your teams ready for the Regional Envirothon. This event is also open to all students, so if you are unsure about participating in Envirothon and want to know more, think you can benefit from this session for other events, or are simply interested in climate change, you are more than welcome to join us! Register for this workshop here.

Northwest Regional Envirothon 2023 Workshop Series:

Wildlife Training
February 25, 2023 – 11:00AM-1:00PM

Slater Museum

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During this workshop, we will go over different wildlife specimens that might be included the Envirothon Wildlife section. Students will be able to see and touch specimens of native birds and mammals while learning about how to identify these species in the wild. This is a great opportunity to get your teams ready for the Regional Envirothon. This event is also open to all students, so if you are unsure about participating in Envirothon and want to know more, think you can benefit from this session for other events, or are simply interested in wildlife, you are more than welcome to join us!

The talk will take place at the later Museum. Register for this workshop here.

Soil Science Training
March 11, 2023 – 11:00AM-1:00PM

Mountlake Terrace Library

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Taught by current and former National Resource Conservation Service scientists, this workshop will cover the basics of soil morphology and properties. Participants will be able to put their new knowledge to the test to describe and analyze the profile of a soil pit dug on site. This is a great opportunity to get your teams ready for the Regional Envirothon. This event is also open to all students, so if you are unsure about participating in Envirothon and want to know more, think you can benefit from this session for other events, or are simply interested in soil science, you are more than welcome to join us!

The talk will take place at the Mountlake Terrace Library. We will be going outdoors to dig a soil pit, so dress for the weather! Register for this workshop here.


Recordings of Past Training Sessions

Find recordings of past WA State Envirothon Meet the Professionals Training Sessions below:

2022 Trainings

2021 State Trainings