2022 Competition Information
The 2022 South Puget Sound Regional Envirothon Competition will be held in-person!
When: April 19th, 2022
Where: Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually Wildlife Refuge (tentative)
Use the button below to register your team today!
What is Envirothon?
Envirothon is the largest hands-on, outdoor environmental science competition for high school students. Students compete in teams of five to demonstrate their knowledge in Soils, Forestry, Aquatics, Wildlife, and a current issue topic.
Who can compete?
Students grade 9-12 from Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, Thurston, and Pierce Counties. Students must be from the same school, home school group, or local organization (ex. FFA). The winning team from EACH county gets to attend the Washington State Envirothon.
Participation in Envirothon is a huge boost to a student’s résumé or college application. Students get to be part of a team and meet other young people from around the south sound who are interested in environmental science. The competition is proctored by professionals working in natural resources, giving students exposure to careers in the field. Teams get access to workshops on relevant environmental topics preceding the event. The winning teams get to attend the state Envirothon, where they’ll compete for a chance to attend the international competition in Idaho.
Interested in Volunteering at Envirothon?
We would love help from you at our South Puget Sound Regional Envirothon Event. We need volunteers help from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm to assist with set up/ take down, judging the oral presentation, and serving as test-proctors for the hands on stations.
Check out these great resources to help your team prepare for Envirothon.
Learn more about Envirothon 2021 Current issue- Water Resource Management: Local Control and Local Solutions.
Interested in learning more about Envirothon?
Education & Outreach Coordinator
360-754-3588, ext. 105
You can also use our contact form.