Local contest information:

Thank you to all that presented, helped, and provided for the East Central Regional Envirothon contest for high school teams held at Hayes Arboretum in Richmond, Indiana, on March 14th. Congratulations to Carmel HS taking 1st Place, IN Academy taking 2nd Place, and Shortridge HS taking 3rd Place. Also competing were Northeastern FFA and Centerville Green Club. Team scores were exceptionally high this year and the teams should be congratulated for their hard work! The top 2 teams are heading to the State Contest April 26th to compete for the chance to go to the NCF Envirothon in New Brunswick in July! Good Luck!!

East Central Regional Contest

Hayes Arboretum, Richmond, Indiana

2023 placing teams:


1st place – Carmel High School – continues on to the State Envirothon Contest April 26th

2nd place – Indiana Academy – continues on to the State Envirothon Contest April 26th

3rd place – Shortridge High School

What is the Indiana Envirothon?

The Indiana Envirothon promotes environmental education to high school aged students. The goal is to raise awareness of the importance of achieving and maintaining a natural balance between the quality of life and of the environment.

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In-class curriculum is combined with hands-on field experiences to demonstrate the role people have in important environmental issues. Envirothon is an exciting, fun way for high school students to learn about the environment and the issues facing current and future generations.At the completion of each contest, students are tested on five subjects: soils/land use, aquatic ecology, wildlife, forestry, and a current environmental issue, which changes each year.Envirothon builds awareness. It helps show tomorrow’s leaders the positive and negative effects individual actions have on the environment. Youth who take part understand differences between renewable and nonrenewable resources, understand environmental interactions and interdependencies, and know who provides information that can be used in the future for their benefit.

Students have fun while becoming environmentally aware during the competition!

How Envirothon Works

Teams of five students (grades 9-12), representing a school or organization, compete at Indiana Envirothon Contests by answering questions and by studying resource problems in each of the five environmental areas which include: soils/land use, aquatic ecology, wildlife, forestry, and a current environmental issue changed annually.

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For information on the National Conservation Foundation Envirothon go to: