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A High School Environmental Education Competition where teams of 4-6 students compete in areas of Wildlife, Forestry, Soils, Water and a Current Issue.
The Georgia Envirothon, offered in cooperation with the North American Envirothon, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1995 to provide hands-on, science-based training in natural resources and ecology to high school students in a challenging, fun, and competitive outdoor experience. It creates a completely unique educational opportunity for high school students and is the only environmental curriculum with a major emphasis on connecting students/teachers with environmental professionals. The competition is centered on ecosystem planning and management in four universal testing categories (i.e., soils/land use, aquatic ecology, forestry, and wildlife) and a current environmental issue. The Envirothon program is an effective educational tool, capable of supplementing environmental education both inside and outside the classroom. Led by a volunteer advisor, teams usually meet from late autumn until spring. Teams work collaboratively to develop their knowledge of ecology and natural resource management and to practice their environmental problem-solving skills in preparation for Envirothon competitions.
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