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Congratulations to our Massachusetts neighbors, 
2023 North American Envirothon Champions!


NH Envirothon Key Points 
 

The NH Envirothon is

  • An academic and practical environmental program.

  • A hands-on, skill-based training presented in a teacher-guided, student-led manner.

  • Networking with Natural Resource professionals.

  • A school team that trains locally, then competes state-wide.

  • Learning about nature in New Hampshire.

  • Supported by various web and live trainings.

  • Builds confidence, teamwork, and life-long skills.


Students learn skills and science concepts focused within five environmental categories:  

  • Aquatic Ecology

  • Forestry

  • Soils and Land Use

  • Wildlife

  • The Current Environmental Issue

 

Students work and compete as a team of five.

 

Skills are learned throughout the year but last a lifetime.

 

The state competition is held in May.

 

Winners of the state competition earn a spot at the July North American NCF Envirothon competition.

Live Free and Conserve!

Thank you to our Generous 2023-24 Donors:

Grant Providers:

  • NH Department of Environmental Services

  • NH Association of Conservation Districts

  • Roy A. Hunt Foundation

Bronze Sponsors:

  • Granite State Division, Society of American Forester

  • ReVision Energy

  • Society of Soil Scientists of Northern New England

  • Normandeau Associates

Other Donors:

  • Service Credit Union

NHE Prize Donors:

  • NHACD

  • NH Audubon

  • NH Parks

  • Basil Woods Chapter of Trout Unlimited

  • NH Fish and Game

  • USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service

  • Harris Center for Environmental Education

  • Badger

  • Cabot Creamery

  • Northern Woodlands

NHE Hosts:

  • Fox Research and Demonstration Forest (2023 Fall Training Venue)

  • NHTI, Concord’s Community College (2024 Competition Venue)

Competition yogurts:

  • Stonyfield 

NHE Printing Discounts:

  • Peterborough Camera, Copies, and More

Thanks to all NHE volunteers, supporters, and other contributors.

The NHE needs YOUR support too!

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