2019 Winners of the Area IV Envirothon

Scores

State Envirothon

Congratulations to Area 4 team Centerville for coming in first place at the Ohio Envirothon. These students will represent Ohio in the national contest. Congratulations Centerville #1

Photos from the state competition can be found at https://photos.app.goo.gl/gZfC5DTvYXqjoCdd6

2019 Area IV Envirothon Results

Caesar Ford Park, Greene Co. Parks and Trails

April 30, 2019

 

Congratulations on a great contest among the teams whom competed in 2019! Thank you to Greene Co. Parks and Trails for the use of Caesar Ford Park in Greene County.

2019 Scores

*Tiebreaker determined for forestry

2018 Scores

*Tiebreakers determined for soils then forestry

2017 Scores (pdf)

*Tiebreakers determined for Forestry, CEI & Soils

 

2016 Scores (pdf)

Several scores were tied and so predetermined tiebreakers were used:

  • #1 Forestry

  • #2 Wildlife

 

2015 Scores (pdf)

 

Photos of the Events

2019 Photos

2018 Photos

2017 Photos

 

Winners

Congratulations to the top four teams who progress onto the State Envirothon Competition in June!

 

1st place

Centerville #1

Montgomery County
Robert Erwin (Advisor), 

Team #1:  Skylar Asbury, Bryn Fultz, John Siskaninetz, Andrea Reed, and Morgan Porrett

 

2nd place

Centerville #2

Montgomery County

Robert Erwin (Advisor), 

Team #1:  Savannah Poley, Grant Mitrovich, Mackenzie King, Kierra Leonard and Grace Takahashi

 

3rd place

Franklin #1

Warren County

Paul Ostermann and Cindy Kuntzman (Advisors)

Team #3:  Corbon Moss, Robert Lipps, Sam Faulkner, Sierra Makley and Andy Kuntzman

 

4th place

Lehman Catholic #1

Shelby County

Tracy Hall (Advisor)

Team #1:  Gabe Knapke, Conner Stewart, Elizabeth Gibson, Mitchell Sollmann and Cole Kramer

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The Ohio Area 4 Envirothon is a competitive, academic, outdoor team event for high school students which tests their knowledge in five areas:  Aquatic Ecology, Current Environmental Issues (CEI), Forestry, Soils and Wildlife.  The event is designed to stimulate and reinforce the students interest in our environment and our natural resources while encouraging cooperative decision making, team building, and problem solving. 

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Contact your local Soil and Water Conservation District to find out how your school can participate in this annual event.

 

​Telephone : ​513-887-3720

Email : butlerswcd@butlercountyohio.org

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