North Carolina 11th Annual Envirothon School for Advisors/Teachers

June 17 through June 21, 2019

Raleigh-Durham Area


$85 Registration includes meals & overnight accommodations (if requested) for 

all five workshops.  Registration $20 per day for 1 to 4 days of workshops.


Registration information at: 

Online Registration opens March 15th thru June 1st  


Workshop Curriculum

SOILS: Monday, 11am - 5pm

Instructors: Dr. David Lindbo, NRCS, and Richard Hayes, Professional Soil Scientists. Gain a better understanding of basic soil properties with this popular workshop.

WILDLIFE: Tuesday, 9am - 5pm

Instructors: Ann May, Centennial Campus Wildlife Resource Center. Get a chance to do out-of-this world animal identification along with wildlife habitat and ecological principles.

FORESTRY: Wednesday, 9am - 5pm

Instructors:  NC State Foresters. Explore tree identification, insects, diseases and forest management, among other forestry related topics.

AQUATICS: Thursday, 9am - 5pm

Instructors: Dr. Janet McFall, Elon University. Explore the world of water quality, water quantity and invasive species.

AQUATICS 2: Friday, 9am - 5pm

Instructors: Eno River State Park.  Get in the stream and explore hands-on macro invertebrates.  Earn Criteria I credit for the Environmental Education Certification program.


Sandra Weitzel, MS, CEE
North Carolina State Envirothon Coordinator
Division of Soil and Water Conservation
1614 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1614
919.971.4648/ 919.707.3796