4-H Envirothon Club Qualifies for State Envirothon Contest

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New Hanover County 4-H’s Envirothon Club competed in the Coastal Envirothon on March 15 at Weyerhauser’s Cool Springs Environmental Education Center.

Team members Violetta Baillon, Alexis Wright, and Brianna Northern were evaluated on their performance in five testing areas: soils, aquatic ecology, forestry, wildlife, and current environmental issues. Team coach/4-H Club Leader is Amy Refranz.

They were a top-scoring team  and qualified for the State Envirothon in Burlington, NC at the end of April.

If you would like more information about join the 4-H Envirothon Club, contact Mrs. Amy at arefranz@nhcgov.com

4-H Envirothon Club members participated in the Coastal Envirothon Contest Tuesday, March 15th in New Bern, NC. Team qualified for the state envirothon contest. Team members are (l-r) Brianna Northern, Alexis Wright, Violetta Baillon and Amy Renfranz (coach/4-H club leader). Contributed photo

Violetta and Brianna work together on tree identification portion of the contest