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San Luis Valley Envirothon

2019 State Competition Dates are April 23-24, 2019 

San Luis Valley Envirothon workshops are designed to develop students' environmental resource knowledge and skills in the areas of soils and land use, aquatic ecology, forestry, and wildlife. Students will then apply these skills to resolve current environmental issues. This natural resource education program is for students in grades 9-12, who form teams of 5 students that will compete against other resource teams at the regional, state and national levels.

The San Luis Valley Envirothon program is an effective educational tool, capable of supplementing environmental education both inside and outside the classroom. The program aligns with the current Colorado Department of Education and National Environmental Education standards. The program does this through a series of trainings that establish relationships with a variety of resource professionals who serve as student facilitators and mentors.

All San Luis Valley students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to participate. Expenses to the field studies and state competition will be reimbursed back to the schools who participate.

 


pdfOutreach-Letter-for-Colorado Envirothon.pdf


docxcolorado_content_standards_2015_envirothon.docx

pdfcolorado_content_standards_2015_envirothon.pdf


 2019-Colorado-Envirothon-Team-Participation-Form-11215.pdf

2019-colorado_envirothon_rules_and_regulations.pdf

2019_envirothon_participant_release_emergency_contact_form.pdf

colorado_envirothon_sponsor_checklist.pdf

 

 

 


These guides provide the an outline of the areas of study. There will be field excursions that provide hands-on activities for each topic area. RGWCEI will sponsor field study trips in each area. Schools will be reimbursed bus driver time and fuel for all field study trips but must provide receipts/documentation. Contact Bethany Howell for more information. This year's current issue is

2019 Current Issue - Agriculture & the Environment: Knowledge and Technology to Feed the World.

https://www.envirothon.org/the-competition/current-competition

Key Topic Resources

Wildlife

pdfWildlife.pdf

Soil & Land Use

2018_Soil_Health__Land_Use.pptx

2018 Soil_workshop_activities.pdf

extra info CO_land_judging.pdf

2017-2018 Soil_Health_StudyGuide.pdf

pdfSoil-and-Land-Use.pdf

Aquatic Ecology

Envirothon_Aquatic_Ecology.pptx

pdf18_Aquatic_Ecology_Workshop.pdf

Aquatics.pdf

Forestry

CO Envirothon Forestry Guide 2017

 pdfCOforests_CO.pdf

pdfMisc_Measure_CO.pdf

Oral Presentation: Technology and Agriculture 

Technology__Ag.pptx

Public_Speaking_Overview.pptx

Learning Outcomes

 The following are learning outcomes followed by the national and international Envirothon competitions. The SLV Workshops are tailored to meet these outcomes:

Aquatic Ecology

Wildlife

Forestry

Soil & Land Use

 

The San Luis Valley Envirothon will host Learning Workshops in preparation for the 2019 state competition.

The dates are as follows:

        Soil and Land Use - October 24, 2018 - Center, CO 

Aquatic Ecology - October 2, 2018 - Monte Vista, CO

        Oral Presentation/Current Issue - February 6, 2019 - Alamosa, CO

Wildlife/Forestry - March 28, 2019  Great Sand Dunes National Park

 

Lunch will be provided for participants and most transportation costs will be reimbursed. RSVP requested to 719-480-4864 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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