Rogers Center kicks off regional Envirothon

SHERBURNE – Students from across four counties are gathering today at Rogers Conservation Center in Sherburne for a hands-on learning event that tests their knowledge in five different environmental subjects: Aquatics, forestry, wildlife, soils and land use, and current environmental issues.



It’s day two of the Central New York Regional Envirothon, sponsored locally by the Chenango County Soil and Water Conservation District.

High school students from Cayuga, Chenango, Madison and Onondaga Counties – organized in teams of five members each – will compete to win prizes, college scholarships and a chance to attend the state level Envirothon, held at Hobart William Smith College in Penn Yan in May.


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