The Virginia Envirothon, a recognized outreach program supported by the state legislature in code, is a natural resources competition through which high school students around the Commonwealth compete by demonstrating their knowledge of environmental science and natural resource management. In preparation for the event, teams of students spend the year studying soils, forestry, aquatics, wildlife, and a current specific environmental issue. Students also apply their knowledge of these topics and problem solving skills through an oral presentation in which they solve real-life environmental problems. To find out more about the Virginia Envirothon visit: www.vaswcd.org/Envirothon
Blue Ridge Soil & Water Conservation District
USDA Rocky Mount Service Center *1297 State Street* Rocky Mount* VA 24151 or call at (540) 352-3312 and visit us at www.brswcd.org Please direct your FOIA request for public records and who will oversee the public body's compliance with the provisions of section 2.2-3704.2.C to Kathy B. Smith, Program Manager/Education Coordinator at email@example.com The District Board meets on the fourth Monday of each month in Rocky Mount, Virginia at 5:00 p.m. Meetings are open to the public. Contact the District Office to find out the location of the next meeting.