The Franklin County Conservation District is proud to host the Envirothon each year for high school students in our area. This is a great educational field trip for students interested in nature. Students are asked to accept the natural challenge. The challenge is to work in teams of five to test their knowledge of environmental and natural resources. The top ranked team will move on to represent the county at the state competition, where college scholarships can be won.
2018 Franklin County Envirothon: May 2, 2018
2018 Current Issue: Western Rangeland Management: Balancing Diverse View
Cowans Gap State Park
6235 Aughwick Road
Fort Loudon, PA 17224
Rules and Regulations:
The PA Envirothon has general rules, that each county should follow and, in addition to these rules, Franklin County has rules specific to our event. Please familiarize yourself with these rules.
This is an outdoor event and will be held rain or shine.
In order to have a safe and fun event, please keep the following in mind:
» Please dress for outdoor activities(sneakers, boots, rain gear, etc.)
» Insect repellent & hats are recommended(sunscreen may be needed as well)
» Alternative hand cleaners are also recommended(hand sanitizer)
» Light colored clothing is recommended to make detection of ticks easier
|PA Game Commission||PA Bureau of Forestry|
|Penn State Extension||NRCS|
|Pheasants Forever||PA Fish & Boat Commission|
The mission of the Pennsylvania Envirothon is to provide students with the knowledge and tools necessary to address the natural resource challenges facing today’s world.
Learn more about the Envirothon: https://youtu.be/z6CNgHyVDHk
PA Envirothon Newsletters
For more information, please contact:
Franklin County Envirothon Coordinator
North American Envirothon: www.envirothon.org
PA State Envirothon: www.envirothonpa.org