Welcome to the Chester County Envirothon! The Chester County Conservation District sponsors this annual environmental educational program with Chester County Facilities and Parks, hosting it at Hibernia County Park. Each year students from public, private, parochial, and home schools, grades 3-12, celebrate months of research, exploration, and preparation with an enjoyable outdoor competition and measure of learning.
Pennsylvania Envirothon Program
The Chester County Envirothon is part of the Pennsylvania Envirothon Program, which helps students understand the natural environment and their role in it. The Envirothon provides a means for students to demonstrate what they know about the environment. It is a cumulative process that addresses the learning levels of awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and application. Students who participate in the Envirothon will demonstrate an understanding of environmental concepts, of how human activity impacts the environment, and of how people can work together as partners in conservation practices to enhance their lives and quality of life by protecting the environment. For more information, contact Gaye Lynn Criswell at 610.925.4920 x108

A group of participants proudly displaying a trophy
2016 Envirothon Current Issue

"Invasive Species: A Challenge to the Environment, Economy & Society"
Wednesday May 4, 2016 Grades 3-5
Thursday May 5, 2016 Grades 6-12

2016 Current Issue Summary
2016 Teacher's Resource Booklet
2016 Envirothon Coaches Letter
2016 Envirothon Handbook
2016 Invasive Species Presentation

PA Envirothon UPDATES December 2015

The 2015 Envirothon Current Issue:
"Urban and Community Forestry"

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