Students from Lynchburg-Clay High School will test their knowledge and problem solving skills at the 2013 Ohio Envirothon, an annual outdoor academic competition.
Students from Lynchburg-Clay High School along with students from 16 other high schools, representing every part of Ohio, will test their knowledge and problem solving skills at the 2013 Ohio Envirothon, an annual outdoor academic competition.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) sponsors the event at Deer Creek State Park in Mount Sterling, June 10-11.
Envirothon tests students' knowledge of soil and land use, forestry, wildlife, aquatic ecology and current environmental issues.The top teams from each of the state’s five regional Envirothon competitions will answer questions at field test sites and prepare short oral presentations on this year’s topic: Grassland/Pasture Management.
Students work cooperatively in five-member teams to answer questions prepared by the ODNR Divisions of Wildlife, Forestry and Soil and Water Resources, the Natural Resources Conservation Service and Pheasants Forever Inc.
This year’s winner of the statewide competition will travel to Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont., for the North American Envirothon, scheduled for Aug. 4-9.