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2023 Ohio Envirothon

The 2023 Ohio Envirothon consisted of nineteen teams from across Ohio: 


Area 1 

Fort Jennings High School (Putnam)  

Port Clinton High School (Ottawa) 

Upper Sandusky High School, Team 1  

Upper Sandusky High School, Team 2 (Wyandot)  

Area 2 

Boardman High School, Team Channel Cats   

Boardman High School, Team Steelheads, (Mahoning) 

Southeast High School, Maroon Team (Portage) 

Theodore Roosevelt High School, Enviro Queens (Portage) 

Area 3 

Buckeye Local High School (Jefferson)  

Granville High School, Blue Team (Licking) 

Riverview High School (Coshocton)  

Watkins Memorial High School (Licking)  

Area 4 

Centerville High School, White Team (Montgomery)  

Loveland High School (Hamilton)  

Milton-Union High School (Miami)  

Area 5 

Athens High School (Athens)  

Delaware Area Career Center (Delaware)  

Lynchburg Clay High School, Gold Team (Highland)  

Homeschool Team, The Experimentals (Vinton) 


The Ohio Envirothon event was held at Defiance College. On Monday, teams traveled to Defiance SWCD’s Penney Nature Center for field testing. The competing teams were then tasked with preparing a five-minute presentation on a problem scenario based on the theme of “Adapting to Climate Change,” as well as the data they collected during field testing. On Tuesday, each team presented to a panel of three judges. 

Fort Jennings High School was the winner of the event, followed by Lynchburg Clay in second place, and Upper Sandusky Team 1 in third. The Fort Jennings team will represent Ohio at the NCF-Envirothon in New Brunswick, Canada at the end of July.