Watershed Challenge...



The Pymatuning/Shenango Watershed Challenge is a hands-on, interactive environmental competition for students in grades 6th - 8th. The competition is open to schools in Ohio (Ashtabula, Trumbull and Mahoning Counties) and Pennsylvania (Crawford, Mercer and Lawrence Counties). Schools may send up to two teams of 3 to 5 individuals.

As a team, the students answer questions on aquatics, forestry, soils, watersheds and wildlife. The teams get the chance to meet with specialists from each of these areas and after the competition, enjoy a light lunch and an awards ceremony.   

2020 Junior Envirothon/Watershed Challenge

2020 Junior Envirothon/Watershed Challenge Registration/Release Form

 


2020 Aquatics Study Material:

Macroinvertebrate Life in the River

ENA or ELPA?

Six Legs Underwater

10 Least Wanted Aquatic Nuisance Species

All About Fish


2020 Forestry Study Material:

DCNR Winter Tree ID Tips

The Threat of Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases

Trees for People: Urban Forestry 101

More information coming soon...


2020 Soils Study Material:

Overview

Soil Erosion

Soil Poster


2020 Watersheds Station Study Material:

Water Cycle

Pymatuning Shenango Watershed

We All Live In A Watershed

Where Does Your Water Shed


2020 Wildlife Station Study Material

Wildlife Notes

For 2020, please focus on the Black Bear, Gray Catbird, Purple Martin, Indigo Bunting, and the Striped Skunk


2020 Other Resources

Stop Hitchhikers Factsheets

 


For more information, please contact:

Amy Reeher, Watershed Coordinator
(330) 637-2056, ext. 8624
amy@trumbullohswcd.org