2021 Event

California Envirothon – 2021 Event

Water Resources Management: Local Control and Local Solutions
May 22 and 29

The final results of the CAE 2021 competition is in! The team from Granada Hills Charter High School (the “Aquiferns”) won first place and will advance to the National Conservation Foundation Envirothon’s International Virtual 2021 Competition hosted by Nebraska. The event begins July 25 – 28. 
The “Aquiferns” are the first recipients of the Richard Lee Campbell Scholarship award to support higher educational and career goals. The team’s final orals presentation is posted as a link below.
We want to thank all participating students, teachers, and schools for your hardwork, passion, and dedication. We are inspired by the students’ knowledge and expertise which will assure the future and sustainability of natural resources and conservation. 
Lastly, we sincerely thank our volunteers, the Resources Advisory Panel (RAP) members, and judges for joining us for a challenging yet smoothly conducted virtual competition. We cannot have planned or organized the successful topic webinars without the RAP’s technical and educational guidance.
A special shout out to the California Natural Resources Conservation Service for their enduring support and encouragement.
The 2022 theme has been announced: “Waste to Resources”.  Ohio will be the hosting state.
The California Envirothon will conduct the 2022 event in person on April 2, 2022. The location is yet to be determined so continue checking the CAE website for more information.
Final: Aquiferns: https://youtu.be/vWZmAuYJKZw
My very best to everyone,
Jovita Pajarillo
Chair, CAE

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