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Changes in 2013 Georgia Envirothon

Aug 17, 2012 by Lee Carmon

There are a couple of changes in the 2013 Georgia Envirothon. First, there will be three regions where teams will compete to go to the state competition rather than four. This change will better utilize our resources and provide for greater competition. The region map can be accessed under the registration section of our website. Occasionally, a team will want to attend a different regional competition that the one ...

2013 Current Environmental Topic Announced

May 23, 2012 by Lee Carmon

The 2013 Current Environmental Topic is Sustainable Rangeland Management: Achieving a balance between Traditional Agricultural Uses with Non-Agricultural uses on Montana Rangelands. Rangeland in Montana and across the nation contributes immensely to a sustainable agricultural economy. Montana’s number one “industry” is agricultural production, and the number two “industry” is tourism. Rangeland provides forage and h...

Fernbank Wins State!

Apr 23, 2012 by Lee Carmon

Fernbank won the Georgia State Envirothon with Stephens County Red coming in second and Appling County I, third. Fernbank will represent Georgia at the Canon Envirothon, July 22 – July 28 at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Check back for more results from the State competition.

Stephens County Red Team Wins State

May 5, 2011 by Lee Carmon

Stephens County High School Red Team won the 2011 State Competition in another close competition with a score of 408.7 followed by Fernbank Science Center (395.7), Jasper County (389.5), Greater Atlanta Christian Team 1 (388.7), and Camden County (386.0). Station awards for Soils and Water went to Stephens County Red Team while Fernbank won the Current Environmental Topic and Forestry, and Columbus High School won Wild...

Teams Invited to the 2011 State Competition

Mar 17, 2011 by Lee Carmon

This year, three regional competitions were held. The top four scoring teams automatically advanced to the State Competition as well as the next four highest scoring teams in the state. The following teams are invited to the 2011 State Competition: Ware County Gold, Columbus HS, Appling County (2 teams), Camden County, Stephens County (2 teams), Greater Atlanta Christian (2 teams), Jasper County Purple, Berkmar, Gray...

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