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Event Date: Thursday, March 24, 2022
8:30am to 1:30pm
Hickory Point Recreational Facility, SR 19, Tavares

Team Registration deadline: February 25, 2022

To register your Team(s), please email Maryann Krisovitch

The Regional Envirothon is a problem-solving, natural resource education program for high school students. It is a unique outdoor competition that requires teamwork and the application of knowledge in the five areas listed below:

  • Aquatics – water ecology, water chemistry, water quality, and aquatic life.
  • Current Environmental Issues – annually selected topics such as energy sources, ground water, Gulf of Mexico environmental concerns or other current issues. The 2022 issue is Waste to Resources.  Click here to link to the Current Issue study guide.
  • Forestry – tree identification, tree ecology, insects, and timber.
  • Soils – classification, formation, soil properties, profiles, and site suitability.
  • Wildlife – habitat, identification, food, disease, and management.

Click here to access the study guides.  (Note: use the link above for the current issue guide.)

Each team consists of five students. Schools can enter more than one team, but no more than six teams. The five-member teams are led by an advisor in studying prepared resource materials in the five areas including a selected current environmental issue.

Schools can enter more than one team, but no more than six teams. During the competition, the students will rotate to the five testing stations. The Regional Envirothon is sponsored by the Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Soil and Water Conservation Districts, bringing together soil scientists, wildlife experts, foresters, park and recreational leaders, and other environmental specialists to challenge students to learn about our natural resources.

State Envirothon: April 23, 2022. Click here to access their website.

National Envirothon:July 24 – 30, 2022, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.  Click here to access their website including study guides.