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Colorado Envirothon- Alumni Stories shared at NACD 71st Annual Meeting in Denver !

February 14,2017

Recently, NACD held its 71st Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Two brothers Brett and Brandon Fuller's Envirothon experiences were also shared with conference attendees during Sunday’s Inspirational Session.

Brandon Fuller... Originally I was going to school for journalism. My plan in life was to get my degreeand be a writer for field and stream, or something along thoselines. I was attending Oklahoma State Universityat the time that I had this revelation in my life. Read More

Brett Fuller ... I am currently a sophomore at Colorado State University in Fort Collins Studying Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation biology. The Envirothon and natural resource camps that I participated in throughout my life have tremendously impacted my life and career decisions. Read More

Colorado Envirothon http://www.coloenvirothon.com/ was established in 2012 by representatives of several agencies and organizations throughout Colorado, including the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts, West Greeley Conservation District, Future Farmers of America, and Colorado State Conservation Board. Colorado held its first state competition on May 5,2013.

The 2017 Colorado Envirothon Competition will be held on April 25-26, 2017. The competition venue will be announced at a later date. For more information or to enter please contact Brenda Anderson at

December 2016

  Arkansas Envirothon Program.

Searcy County students from Marshall HIgh School- Team A  will represent Arkansas at the 2017 NCF-Envirothon in Maryland.

The Arkansas Envirothon program started in 1994 and has been growing and going strong ever since. Today, Arkansas holds four regional Envirothon competitions with winners from the regional competition coming together to compete at the state competition.

The State Envirothon competiton was held in November at the University of Central Arkansas with students  participating from the regions below:
West Central Area Contest
Central Area Contest
Northwest Area Contest
East Area Contest

Each of the seven state conservation areas are eligible to enter teams of five students in the Arkansas Envirothon competition.
The number of teams from an area that advance to the state competition will depend upon the level of interest/participation from each conservation area.

December 2016

Students from Three Oaks Win Provincial Forest Envirothon competition

Students from Three Oaks Senior High School in Summerside  have won the right to represent Prince Edward Island at the 2017 NCF Envirothon in Maryland next summer,

Members of the 2017 Three Oaks team included Karen Farag, Sam Farag, Curtis Lough, Robin Burton  and Allison Meister along with teachers Heather Pringle and Chris Higginbotham. Students from Kinkora, Bluefield, Charlottetown Rural, Morell, Ecole Francois Buote and Montague also took part in the competition

Fifty students from seven Island schools participated in the provincial competition which involved classroom and hands-on outdoor learning. The areas of study included forests, aquatic ecosystems, soils and land use, wildlife habitats, and this year’s special environmental challenge, Agricultural Soil and Water Conservation.   

The Provincial Forest Envirothon competition is run by the Department of Communities, Land and Environment with assistance from the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and Ducks Unlimited.   PEI’s first Envirothon competition was held in 2001.


August/September 2016

The top Three  Teams for 2016  North American Envirothon !

First Place :  University of Toronto School, Toronto Ontario  
This year's Ontario Envirothon Champion is University of Toronto Schools from Toronto, who triumphed over 18 other teams from across the province of Ontario.   The school  went on  to capture  1st Place at the  2016 North American Envirothon with a score of 633.50 out of  a possible 700 points.  Each student recieved  a  cash  award of  $3,000.00 which was sponsored by Smithfield Foods.

Second  Place :  Penncrest High School,  Delaware County
High school students from 65 Pennsylvania counties participated in this year’s event. The 2016 Pennsylvania Envirothon champions, scoring 548.3 points of a possible 600, are from Penncrest High School located in Delaware County. The Delaware County team earned the honor to represent Pennsylvania at the NCF-Envirothon North American competition.  The Penncrest school  took  2nd place  with a score of 629.80 out of a possible 700 points.   Eash  student  received a  cash award of $2,000.00 which was sponsored by Smithfield Foods. 

Third Place :
   Palisades Charter High School
Palisades Charter High School is a secondary school in Los Angeles, California, United States.   The Palisade Charter High School took  3rd place with a score of 592.30   Each student recieved a cash award of $1,000.00  which was sponsored by Smithfield Foods.