Welcome to NHE 2022-2023!
Join the 11/15/22 Envirothon / Environmental Science Workshop!
Congratulations to our Massachusetts neighbors, the
2022 National Envirothon Champions!
Contact Margie, the NH Envirothon Program Coordinator to ask questions and/or start a team.
The mission of the New Hampshire Envirothon is to provide students with the knowledge and tools to make responsible decisions to address the natural resource challenges facing today’s society as well as maintaining a balance between the quality of life and the quality of the environment.
NHE strives to:
foster the development of critical thinking, cooperation, and decision-making skills --- AND --- inspire ingenuity and creativity when problem-solving
connect youth to the environmental, economic, and social issues in their own communities
connect youth to conservation professionals
promote a life-long commitment to environmental stewardship
inspire youth to pursue natural resource careers
Congratulations to all NH Envirothon 2022 Competition Participants!
Live Free and Conserve!
Goffstown Team 9 + alternates and coach
NH state overall champion + first in wildlife, forestry, and aquatics
Goffstown Team 5 – 2nd place overall in NH
Timberlane Team 10 - 3rd place overall in NH, 1st in presentation
Prospect Mountain Team 8 – 1st in soils Kingswood - Middle School Champions
Thanks to all the Envirothoners who came to the 6/23 Fisher Cat game. What a fun evening, and a great first pitch from Maddie!
Special thanks to all of those who made the Evening of Conservation happen. The donated tickets were amazing and the exhibition tables were great.
Special thanks to Dick Lutz and Deborah Diggs who put it all together!
Thank you to our Generous 2022 Donors
NH Department of Environmental Services
Society of American Foresters | Granite State Division
Roy A. Hunt Foundation
NHTI, Concord’s Community College
NH Association of Conservation Districts
TF Moran, Inc.
Society of Soil Scientists of Northern New England
Grafton County Conservation District
2022 NH Envirothon Competition Current Environmental Issue: "Waste to Resources in New Hampshire"
Teacher and student workshops and training opportunities to introduce NH Envirothon