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Envirothon Teams for Shawnee County, Kansas
Due to COVID-19: all 2020 Envirothons were cancelled.
What is Envirothon?
The Kansas Envirothon is an outdoor, environmental high school competition where students learn and are tested on soils/land use, forestry, wildlife, aquatic ecology, a current environmental issue, and an oral presentation. (Oral presentations are only at the state competition.)
The Washburn Rural High School Environmental Club sent two teams to compete in the April 10, 2019 Regional Envirothon at Red Rock Ranch in Soldier, Kansas.
Thank you to their teachers Adam Schmitz and Allison Bunck!
The current issue for the 2019 competition: “Ag and the Environment: Knowledge and Tech to Feed the World.”
Thanks to their planning committee, Envirothon in Kansas runs like a well-oiled machine: https://kacdnet.org/kansas-environthon/.