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The NH state competition will be held in May on a date and at a place to be determined.
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For further information, please contact Jan Hooper, Interim Envirothon Coordinator at email@example.com.
The NH competition was held in May 2008.
The NH competition was held in May 2007. Click here to view the scores.
The NH Team placed 12th in the North American Canon Envirothon Competition held July 23-29, Winnipeg, MB
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Overall champion, Keene High School 2006 Team
Keene High School won the NH Envirothon Competition held at Canterbury Shaker Village on May 17, 2005. Hanover High School placed second and Merrimack High School placed third in overall competition. Based on school size state champions were:
Class-S Champions: The Holderness School of Holderness Class-M Champions: Conant High School of Jaffrey
Class-I Champions: Hanover High School of Hanover
Class-L Champions: Keene High School of Keene.
The students were tested in aquatic science, forestry, soil science, and wildlife, as well as in their knowledge of cultural and scientific issues involving the complex stream ecology and hydrology of removing dams from rivers. The Homestead Woolen Mills dam in West Swanzey was used as a focus of the competition.
Keene High School will go on to represent the State of New Hampshire at the national competition hosted at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri from July 18 - 24, 2005.
national competition highlights
Souhegan High School has placed first in this year's NHACD NH Envirothon competition. Keene and Hanover's teams placed second and third (respectively). Souhegan High School will represent New Hampshire in the North American competition slated for August 1 at Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, West Virginia.
In 2003, the NH Envirothon team placed second overall North American competition held in Maryland. Fabulous job, Herb!
Standing: Herb Vadney, NH Envirothon Coordinator and the Souhegan High School team: Krysta Zambroski, Megan Wegehoft, and Anne Clifton-Waite, Team Advisor. Seated: Joe Grimm, Amanda Peters, and Ryan Caron
The NH Envirothon enhances high school-level environmental education through competition designed to build knowledge of water resources, forests, soils, wildlife, and current issues. Each year a special topic is used to integrate the science curriculum. Working as a team, students are challenged with real-life environmental problems and become more environmentally aware while having fund. They learn about renewable and non-renewable resources and how the various resources and sciences are related. The wining team represents New Hampshire at the International Competition.
In 2002, New
Hampshire's team from Keene High School, bested forty seven other teams from
Canada and the /United state to win the Canon International Envirothon!
(Pictured left to right: Chris Lord, Herb Vadney (Envirothon Coordinator), Kelly Hayes, Nick Pumilia, Emily Jacobs-Palmer, Joy Stronk, and Cliff Lerner (Keene Advisor).
Do you want to get your child or school involved? Do you or your business want to support NH-Envirothon? Contact Jan Hooper, Acting Envirothon Coordinator at 603.253.7068 or firstname.lastname@example.org.