Envirothon competitions are intended to bring students from diverse locations and backgrounds together in a fun and challenging atmosphere in which the problem solving, teamwork, and environmental skills built through participation in Envirothon are put to the test!
Provincial Competition: April 2019
Each spring, Envirothon BC holds it's provincial competition. Students get a chance to put their knowledge and skills to the test by completing field work and oral presentations while competing against other secondary school students. The winners of Envirothon BC's provincial competition are eligible to represent BC in the North American Envirothon competition
April 27, 2019 Field Day location is at Sutherland Secondary (North Vancouver)
Students visit a local ecosystem and are given an introduction to the area by local resource professionals. Students will be given the opportunity to listen to professionals and experience aquatic ecosystems, forest ecosystems, soil ecosystems and wildlife from the area.
April 29, 2016 Test Day
The 5 member team will work together on four different tests as well as an oral presentation. They will have a test in each of the following areas of forestry, soils, aquatics and wildlife. The tests will include hands on field work as well as written components about each area.
The students also receive the oral presentation problem (related to the special topic of Agriculture and the Environment: Knowledge and Technology to Feed the World) and draw on the data from the field training, a provided resource package, and their own experience/knowledge to develop a solution and a presentation. Their 10 minute presentation is evaluated by a panel of judges.
General Rules (more details provided by request or as part of the registration package)
For more information on the Envirothon, please visit the Envirothon website