Arkansas Envirothon with a picture of a hurricane...
"When you try to change a single thing, you find it hitched to everything else in the universe..."
 
    John Muir

 

Welcome 
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Main page link
Main Page

Announcements Link
Announcements

Training Manual
Training Guidelines

 Aquatics link
AQUATIC
SECTION


Forestry link
FORESTRY
SECTION


  Soils link 
SOIL
SECTION


 Wildlife link
WILDLIFE
SECTION


 Special topic link

SPECIAL
TOPIC SECTION


Rules link
The Rules

Comments link
Your Comments

Committee link
Steering
Committee
& Agency
Contacts

The Envirothon Concept

Young minds love a challenge. The idea of matching wits with their peers excites and inspires teenagers.

Established as a competitive, multi-disciplinary, problem-solving, natural resource event for high school students to challenge their environmental knowledge, the Envirothon program encourages students to pursue environmental knowledge actively. Thousands of high school students have met the challenge about the natural world and their environment. They are wiser and more concerned about their environment because of their education and competition.

Team sponsors and coaches train and test students in five natural resource areas: soils, aquatics, forestry, wildlife, and a current environmental issue such as wetlands management, groundwater, fire, or pesticides.

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For additional information about the Envirothon Program in Arkansas, contact:         

Carolyn Holcomb
Carolyn.Holcomb@ar.nacdnet.net

Brandy Gardner
Brandy.Gardner@ar.nacdnet.net

 

The Envirothon Program is offered and operated on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, or physical/mental challenges.

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