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Envirothon

2018 ENVIROTHON
The 2018 Area 2 Envirothon was held on April 26, 2018 at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds. The event was hosted by the Cuyahoga and Portage County Soil and Water Conservation Districts.

We are proud to announce the results!! Congratulations to the top four teams - best of luck at the State competition in June!!

First Place - Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School, Brecksville Bees from CUYAHOGA COUNTY!!!!

Second Place - Chardon High School, Chardon Core Values from Geauga County (not pictured)

Third Place - Boardman High School, Boardman Owls from Mahoning County

Fourth Place - Crestwood High School, Monkey Wrench Gang from Portage County (not pictured)


Top scoring teams in each category:

Soils

  • LaBrae High School, LaBrae A from Trumbull County

Forestry

  • Western Reserve High School, Western Reserve White from Huron County
  • Kenston High School, Kenston White from Geauga County

Wildlife

  • Boardman High School, Boardman Owls from Mahoning County
  • Boardman High School, Boardman Hawks from Mahoning County

Aquatics

  • Crestwood High School, Monkey Wrench Gang from Portage County (not pictured)

Current Environmental Issue: Western Rangeland Management

  • Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School, Brecksville Bees from CUYAHOGA COUNTY!!!!
  • Boardman High School, Boardman Owls from Mahoning County

Additional Information:

Final results for all teams


We are so grateful for the organizations, companies, districts, and individuals who sponsored the 2018 Envirothon competition! Below are our Platinum and Gold donors.

Huge thanks to the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds for hosting the Envirothon!!

PLATINUM DONORS

GOLD DONORS

WHAT IS ENVIROTHON?
The Envirothon is a national, academic, outdoor competition for high school students, which is designed to stimulate, reinforce and enhance interest in the environment and natural resources. The Envirothon tests students' knowledge of natural resources in five categories: Soils, Wildlife, Forestry, Aquatics, and Current Environmental Issues. Students compete through team problem solving activities. While each student on an Envirothon team is challenged to contribute his or her personal best, the score that counts at the end of an Envirothon is the team score.

Five Area Envirothons are conducted around Ohio each Spring. The top four teams from each of these Area competitions progress to the Ohio Envirothon in June. This state level contest is held in a different part of Ohio each year. The top-scoring team in the Ohio Envirothon is eligible to compete in the National Envirothon, hosted by a different state each year.

Don't miss this great opportunity for your students. For additional information, visit www.envirothon.org or click here for a 5-minute video on Envirothon