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State Envirothon

 
2024 State Winners

Lynchburg-Clay High School Gold Team was the overall winner of the event, followed by Beavercreek High School in second place, and Port Clinton High School in third. The Lynchburg-Clay team will represent Ohio at the NCF-Envirothon in Geneva, New York at the end of July.

The link to scores and placings can be found here:

https://www.jeffersonswcd.org/uploads/2/3/3/3/23331304/2024_state_envirothon_scoresheet_for_teams.pdf

 

Photos of the event can be found here:

https://photos.app.goo.gl/cNw798hhXevGeREs9

 
Find Your Area Contest

High School students across the state compete on the local level at one of the five Area Envirothons. The top four teams from each Area Envirothon then go on to compete at the state competition held each year in June for the title of State Envirothon Champion. The winning team will then compete at the North American competition, the NCF Envirothon, held annually during July in the US or Canada.

http://ofswcd.org/envirothon.html

Other Area Websites/Contacts:

Area 1

Sarah Rieman, Putnam SWCD

419-523-5159

Email

Area 2

Area 3

Area 5  

https://www.area5envirothon.org/

Danielle Thompson, Brown County SWCD

937-378-4424 ext. 3078

Email

North American Envirothon

https://www.envirothon.org/

 

The NCF-Envirothon is an annual competition for high school-aged students conducted over five consecutive days every summer during July or August. To expose students to diverse environmental issues, ecosystems, and topography the North American Envirothon is hosted in a different location each year. Teams from participating states and Canadian provinces, who have won their state or provincial event, compete for recognition and scholarships by demonstrating their knowledge of environmental science and natural resource management.

 

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