Logos Public Charter School in Medford received the highest score, making them the outright winner of the 2023 Oregon Envirothon and earning them a spot at this year’s national Envirothon competition, planned for July 23-29 in New Brunswick, Canada. And Read More …
Check out our new list of wildlife resources, which includes new books and websites to use when preparing for the wildlife test. Follow the main navigation to RESOURCES, then click on WILDLIFE ECOLOGY.
If you missed the Envirothon Teacher training, please email Rikki Heath, firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the 2023 Envirothon Training manual.
The 2022 Oregon Envirothon was a success. The rain couldn’t keep us away. Great job by all teams that participated. Congratulations to our State Champion Logos Charter School!
The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) wrote an article on how Envirothon cultivates tomorrow’s forestry leaders. Oregon Envirothon is highlighted along with Tillamook High School’s Natural Resources Career Technical Education and Science teacher, Lori Loeffler.
Oregon Envirothon will occur on May 6, 2022! A decision will be made in January whether the event will be in-person or virtual. Be sure to register your team by April 8, 2022. The current issue this year is Waste Read More …
Congratulations to the 2021 Oregon Envirothon Champions: Amity FFA from Amity High School! The top five teams this year were: 1. Amity FFA 2. Logos Charter School 3. Churchill High School 4. Crater Renaissance 5. Sutherlin FFA Well done students!
Don’t forget to register for the 2021 Virtual Envirothon that will be taking place May 3-7th. Your team will pick a day during that week that best works with their schedule. On that day the students will have from 9am- Read More …
Due to concerns related to COVID19 Oregon Envirothon will be offering their annual competition for 2021 online again. Instructions will be provided during registration about how students will participant from their computers at home.
Oregon Envirothon is pleased to announce the 2021 Current Issue Topic: Water Resources Management: Local Control and Local Solutions. Please see our Current Issue page under the Competition menu for more information.