On October 19, 2021, the Lewis and Clark Regional Envirothon hosted their 4th annual Regional Envirothon at the North Dakota 4-H Camp near Washburn. Students from around the region will competed in this natural resource competition.
The Envirothon is a hands-on, problem-solving, natural resource competition for high school students. The goal of the ND Envirothon is to promote a desire to learn more about North Dakota’s natural environment and equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to apply the basic principles and practices of resource management.
The top three teams earn free entrance to the state competition May 11-13, 2022. First place was awarded to the team from Bismarck High represented by: Jake Havelka, Brooke Bondley, Adam Vasichek, Theresa Horning, and Marin Traynor. Second place was awarded to the Wilton Rangeland Renegades represented by: Landyn Miller, Collin Peterson, Kelsey Backman, and Kalysa Schock. Third place was awarded to the Center-Stanton Hornet represented by: Kayleigh Kraft, Reanna Schmidt, Katie Frank, and Cameron Albers.
2021 Lewis and Clark Virtual Regional Envirothon Event Forms and Resources
3rd Place Team Center-Stanton - Hornets
2nd Place Team Wilton Rangeland Renegades
All advisors are welcome to come and learn about the North Dakota Envirothon program. The 3rd Annual Lewis and Clark Regional Envirothon Competition will be be a virtual event held the first couple weeks in November 2020.
Please contact Calla Edwards for more information.
1st Place Team Bismarck High School