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Resources utilized are based on curriculum guidelines to accomodate as much educational diversity as possible and are adapted for use in the state of Tennessee for both regional competitions and the state competition. Below are resources for the four subjects (forestry, aquatic ecology, soils, and wildlife), and this years current environmental issue (nonpoint source pollution/low impact development).
Current Environmental Issues - Nonpoint Source Pollution/Low Impact Development
Additional Resources for Educators:
Agency representatives are available for questions relating to the study materials to help you prepare your students for your regional Envirothon. Some will come directly to your school. Click the link to the agency for contact information, if you call a state or regional office, make sure to ask for your county's representative.
The Tennessee Envirothon is sponsored in part by the following partners;
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