Envirothon

A Natural Resource Competition for High School Students 

Envirothon is a nationwide program that brings together high school students interested in natural resources and environmental science. The fun and competitive spirit of Envirothon motivates students to learn about real-world problems and solutions, and culminates in regional competitions, followed by the Washington State competition, and the national competition every summer with teams coming from across the U.S. and Canada.

Teams from Pierce County participate in the South Puget Sound Regional event against other teams of high school students from Thurston, Lewis, Kitsap, Mason, and Grays Harbor Counties. Teams rotate through a series of stations where they are tested on the topics of aquatics, forestry, soils/land use, and wildlife. In addition to these subjects, there is a featured current issue every year, chosen by the national competition host, which is explored through a team presentation. 

CASEE HS- 1st Place SPS Regionals

CASEE High School the South Puget Sound Regional 2023 winning team.

2024 South Puget Sound Regional competition 

Date: April 16th 
Location: Squaxin Park
Current Issue: Renewable Energy for a Sustainable Future

Register Your Team Here

Workshops

Workshops are an excellent way to get more hands-on learning for the subjects tested on during the competition. These workshops are entirely optional but highly encouraged. Click the buttons below to learn more and register!
Renewable Energy Workshop (3) Opens in new window    UW CEI Tour Opens in new window Forestry Workshop Opens in new window _Aquatics Workshop Opens in new window  

                           Wildlife Workshop Opens in new window    Soils Workshop Opens in new window               

Study Bins

Study bins are available for teams to rent to prepare for the competition. These bins include the tools and materials that will be used during the competition. There is one study bin for each of the 4 main subjects of Envirothon: aquatics, forestry, soils/land use, and wildlife. 

Study Bin Rental Request Calendar