Florida Envirothon, Inc.

 

Board of Directors

2013 Event Scores

2013 Event Info

2012 Regional Contacts

Regional Intent to Compete

Envirothon Rules

2012 Event Scores

The Florida Envirothon is a problem-solving, natural resource education program for high school students. It is a field-oriented program in which students, working in teams of five, learn to use critical thinking skills, work as a team, and develop problem-solving and communications skills to answer written questions or conduct hands-on investigations about environmental issues. The program focuses on the following five areas of study: Aquatic Ecology, Forestry, Soils/Land Use, Wildlife, and Current Environmental Issue. The current environmental issue is different each year. These interrelated and broad study areas teach a holistic approach to natural resource conservation and can easily be incorporated into a teaching curriculum.


Our Mission

Florida Envirothon encourages a constantly changing curriculum and helps to build strong ties between schools and the organizations that help them teach a practical, interdisciplinary perspective of environmental awareness and education.


Study Guides - Updated 02/2013

Aquatics

Soils

Forestry

Wildlife

Current Issue:

http://www.envirothon.org/2013-recommended-resources

Objectives and Section Guidance

Study document 1

Study document 2

Study document 3

Study document 4

Contact Information

               Jennifer Abbey, webmaster 813-759-6450

This webpage is sponsored by

Florida Chapter SWCS

                                                                   

 

 

Website last updated 12/06/2012