A DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA

Envirothon

2017 Current Issue & Registration

Oral Presentation Info

2017 Current Environmental Issue: Agricultural Soil and Water Conservation Stewardship

2017 Registration Packet

Training Information

All training information is provided below.  All resources can also be found on the North American Envirothon website by following this link:

http://www.envirothon.org/the-competition/curriculum-guidelines

Focus should be placed on the key points for each subject area. Each subject has learning objectives as well as suggested resources which contain fact sheets and other documents that you can study. Additional resources are also listed below that may help gain a better understanding of topics.

Station masters are available to answer questions and assist teams in preparing for the competition. Feel free to contact them at the email addresses and phone numbers listed below.

Subject Contact Email Phone
Aquatics Greg Waldron gregory.waldron@la.gov (225) 219-3890
Forestry Dr. Chris Chappelle chris_chappell@suagcenter.com  
Soils/Land Use Joey Breaux joey_b@ldaf.state.la.us (225) 922-1269
Wildlife Venise Ortego vortego@wlf.louisiana.gov (337) 948-025

Sponsorship Opportunities

Envirothon is a success because of the partnership between academia, state government, and private entities to provide hands on environmental training for Louisiana students.  You can help support Envirothon by becoming a financial sponsor.  There are several sponsorship opportunities available including title sponsor, major sponsor, patron, supporter, and friend. 

Envirothon is only possible because of generous donations from sponsors like you.  Please review the sponsorship options below and decide which is best for your organization or company.   Details are listed on this flyer:  sponsorship flyer

  • Title Sponsor:  $5,000
  • Major Sponsor:  $2,500
  • Patron:  $1,000
  • Supporter:  $500
  • Friend:  Under $500

Please note:  Envirothon sponsors are partners in providing a quality environmental educational program for Louisiana students.  Sponsorship levels are meant as a guideline and are subject to discussion, including a mix of cash and in-kind contributions as appropriate. 

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us at laenvirothon@gmail.com

Acadiana Resource Conservation & Development Council is a 501 (C)3 organization. 

Donations in support of Louisiana Envirothon are tax-deductible and can be sent to:

Acadiana Resource Conservation & Development Council
ATTN:  Envirothon
703 Thoroughbread Drive
Lafayette, LA 70507

Envirothon Winners

Current and Past Winners

Envirothon Partners & Sponsors

Major Sponsors:

LSU Ag Center
LEEC (La. Environmental Education Commission)

Patron:

La. Science Teachers Association

Supporters:

LSU College of Engineering
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers

Partners:

Louisiana Department of Agriculture & Forestry
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries
Louisiana Environmental Education Commission
Acadiana Resource Conservation & Development Council
LSU College of Engineering, Office for Diversity Programs
LSU School of Plant, Environmental & Soil Sciences
LSU Superfund Basic Research Program
Southern University and A&M College- Urban Forestry Program