The Kansas Envirothon is an outdoor, environmental high school competition
where students learn and are tested on soils, forestry, wildlife, aquatics, a current issue and an
The current issue for the 2014 Kansas competition is: Sustainable Local Agriculture: Locally
A cash award will be paid to the school department or organization that the team advisor designates in the following
April 2, 2014 - Regional Envirothon at Riverside Park, 1510 Park Ave., Iola in Allen County. Contact Kelli Kramer at the
April 9, 2014 - Regional Envirothon at Wilson Lake in Russell County. RESULTS Contact Pamela Hays at the Ellsworth
April 16, 2014 - Regional Envirothon at Centralia Lake in Nemaha County. Contact Dana Schmelzle at the Nemaha County
April 16, 2014 Regional Envirothon at Council Grove Federal Reservoir in Morris County.
April 30, 2014 - Kansas Envirothon competition at the Webster Conference Center, 2601 N. Ohio St., Salina, KS, 67401.
directions and layout, download HERE.
Rawlins County wheat field at sunset - Photo by Kathy Davis-Vrbas, Atwood, Kansas
2014 Kansas Envirothon Competition Cash Awards
In 2014, all teams are required to compete in oral presentations at the Kansas Envirothon
competition. The oral presentation will be for 10 minutes with a total of 50 points
possible. All team members are required to participate in the presentation.
2014 Kansas Envirothon Winner: Chapman High School
See competition results HERE.
2014 Kansas Heartland Envirothon
Kansas Envirothon is hosting the 2014 Kansas Heartland Envirothon Competition July 21-25,
Current Issue is: Sustainable Local Agriculture/Locally Grown.
NOTE: Study materials are noted in the resource areas of this site.
The following forms must be filled out and sent to Tom Meek, 610 5th Street,
Clay Center, KS 67432-2910.
Deadline date: July 1, 2014
Code of Conduct