Congratulations Winners!                                                                                       Middle School: High Rock Yeeter Skeeters, Brutal Blue Jays,                              River Otters, High Rock Honey Badgers, Sussy Squirrels, Tree Hugger, The Minions 


 High School: Climate Changers, High Rock FFA Opossum Anglers, Elon Muskrats, Pangaea, The Evergreens, Monstera, Victorious Vikings

NC Envirothon-April 28-29, 2023 

at Cedarock Park, Burlington

See you there!

Thank you again to our Sponsors!

Eagle Level: Duke Energy, Bleiweis Family Foundation, Mebane Foundation

Cardinal Level: Smithfield Foods

Bluebird Level:  Aldridge Forestry and Union SWCD

Hummingbird Level: St. John's Grange, Davie County Master Gardeners, Gaston SWCD, Mecklenburg SWCD, Cleveland SWCD, Cabarrus SWCD, Rowan SWCD, Brown Creek SWCD, Davidson SWCD and Lincoln SWCD

FAQ Southern Piedmont Envirothon 

                Area 8 Soil and Water Conservation Districts: 

                       Schools from 12 counties compete: Anson, Cabarrus, Cleveland, Davidson, Davie, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly, Union

The Southern Piedmont Envirothon is the first step

The NC Envirothon is an exciting natural resource education program designed to challenge students in an interactive, outdoor competition where middle and high school teams (consisting of 3-5 students) are tested in areas of Wildlife, Forestry, Aquatic Ecology, Soils and Land Use and Current Environmental Issues. Students participate in the SP Envirothon (area competition), with the top 7 teams going on to the state competition. The top team at state goes on to represent the state in the North American/ international contest.

The Goals and Objectives of Envirothon:

*to promote a desire to learn more about the natural environment, our natural resources & solving natural resource problems.

*to promote stewardship of our natural resources.

*to develop critical thinking skills, cooperative problem solving skills, & decision making skills of students in the protection, management & wise use of our natural resources.

*to provide students with experience in environmentally oriented activities to enable them to become environmentally aware, action oriented citizens.



                                        Interested in learning more about Wildlife, Soil, Aquatic Life, Forestry and Current Events? Contact your county Soil & Water Educator to find out more: Area 8 Soil & Water Educators