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 amounts:
April 2, 2014 - Regional Envirothon at Riverside Park, 1510 Park Ave., Iola in Allen County.
April 9, 2014 - Regional Envirothon at Wilson Lake in Russell County.
April 16, 2014 - Regional Envirothon at Centralia Lake in Nemaha County.
Contact Dana Schmelzle at the Nemaha County Conservation District:
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. Contact Tom Meek at the Clay County Conservation District:
Rawlins County wheat field at sunset - Photo by Kathy Davis-Vrbas, Atwood, Kansas
2014 Kansas Envirothon Competition Cash Awards
The 2014 North American Envirothon will be held July 20-24 at University of Georgia,
Current Environmental Issue is Sustainable Local Agricultural: Locally Grown.
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.
2013 Kansas Envirothon Winner: Clay Center High School FFA
See competition results HERE.