2022 State Envirothon Competition:
The Clyde York 4-H Center has been booked May 3-4 for the 2022 state Envirothon Competition. Mark your calendars.
Envirothon is an annual environmentally themed academic competition for high school aged students organized by the NCF-Envirothon a program of the National Conservation Foundation. The competition is held by the United States and Canada on a regional, state, and bi-national level. Envirothon combines in-class and hands-on environmental education in a competition setting which involves a problem-solving presentation as well as written field tests. The competition tests students on five core subjects- aquatic ecology, forestry, soils and land use, wildlife- along with a fifth annually-changing subtopic which focuses on relevant environmental issues. Currently, roughly 500,000 students from forty-five U.S. states and nine Canadian provinces/territories participate in the competition.
In Tennessee, the Envirothon is sponsored by the TN RC & D Council and is composed of seven (7) Regional Contests with the winners participating in the State Competition. The State Competition winner participates in the NCF Envirothon Competition for North America.
2021 Tennessee State Envirothon winners:
These scores are out of 700 possible points.
Third Place with a score of 623 is Montgomery Bell Academy 1
Second Place with a score of 627 is Montgomery Bell Academy 2
And the Winner of the 2021 Tennessee State Envirothon and the team that
will represent Tennessee at the North American Envirothon with a score of 634
is Heritage High School.
Below are the scoring details for the 2021 state level contest: