LHS Students Participate in NJ Envirothon

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For the third consecutive year, Livingston High School students participated in the New Jersey Envirothon. This year’s event was held at Boy Scout Camp Grice on May 5 in Elmer.

The Envirothon is a “hands-on, natural resources problem solving competition.” Schools from across the state competed in student teams of five to complete tests in five stations: Wildlife, Aquatics, Forestry, Soils, and Current Issue. Each station comprised a hands-on and written test, which all team members had to complete as a group. There was also a Team Presentation station where teams had to present a solution to a scenario based off of this year’s current issue, which was “Managing Rangelands.”

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