Michigan Envirothon Resources

TEAM FUNDRAISERS

There are many ways to earn funds locally. See below for just a few opportunities: 

Ink Cartridge Recycling

Keep your team on Track!   Check out the Manual for details, content expectations and more.  


Study Resource Pages:


Agriculture

Aquatic Ecology

Energy

Forestry

Soils/Geology

Wildlife

Coming Soon: 2018 Current Environmental Issue Resources


Sample Tests

Sample tests from the 2010 State Competition (held at the Leelanau Outdoor Center in Glen Arbor). These samples are from the agriculture, energy and forestry portions of the 2010 State Test.  Correct answers are indicated in bold:
  • Sample Ag Test_2010 key.pdf
  • Sample Energy Test_2010 key.pdf
  • Sample Forestry Test_2010 key.pdf


    Where to Look for Help

    Whether you are looking for resource materials to study, Resource Professionals to work one-on-one with your team, or ideas for Community Outreach Projects, these agencies/organizations may be your first stop for information:

    Michigan's Conservation Districts

    Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development 

    Michigan Department of Natural Resources

    USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

    Michigan United Conservation Club

    Michigan Energy Options

    The C.S. Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems at MSU, Youth and Community Food


    Resources for Resource Professionals

    What is a resource professional?  They provide guidance, and training throughout the year, help write tests, and provide the real world experience that makes Envirothon more than just a day in the classroom.

    Michigan Envirothon Resource Professionals Roles & Responsibilities

    Please contact the Michigan Envirothon office if you are interested in serving as a Michigan Envirothon Resource Professional.


    Resources for Michigan Envirothon Volunteers

    Download a printable version of the Michigan Envirothon Brochure for more information regarding the program, teams and competition rules.


    Michigan Envirothon Logo Files


       JPG file

       (For general use and can be placed into any word processing software such as Microsoft Word)

       PDF file
       (Higher quality file but can not be placed into word processing software)

       EPS file
       (Provide this version to a commercial printer for high quality print jobs such as banners and posters)

     

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