The Lynchburg-Clay Envirothon team of Matthew Gossett, Sydney Hamilton, Bridget Wilkin, Addisyn Downing and Sam Hamilton recently competed at the Ohio Envirothon. The competition was held June 6-7 at Lake Erie College in Lake County. The two-day competition consisted of tests on students’ knowledge of aquatics, forestry, soils and wildlife and an oral presentation on a current environmental topic. This year’s topic was “Wastes to Resources.” The Lynchburg-Clay team coached by Lara Hamilton placed third overall and received first place with their oral presentation in which they created a zero-waste plan for Lake Erie College. Earlier this year, this team placed first at both the Area 5 Envirothon and the Tri-County Envirothon.

The Lynchburg-Clay Envirothon team of Matthew Gossett, Sydney Hamilton, Bridget Wilkin, Addisyn Downing and Sam Hamilton recently competed at the Ohio Envirothon. The competition was held June 6-7 at Lake Erie College in Lake County. The two-day competition consisted of tests on students’ knowledge of aquatics, forestry, soils and wildlife and an oral presentation on a current environmental topic. This year’s topic was “Wastes to Resources.” The Lynchburg-Clay team coached by Lara Hamilton placed third overall and received first place with their oral presentation in which they created a zero-waste plan for Lake Erie College. Earlier this year, this team placed first at both the Area 5 Envirothon and the Tri-County Envirothon.


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The Lynchburg-Clay Envirothon team of Matthew Gossett, Sydney Hamilton, Bridget Wilkin, Addisyn Downing and Sam Hamilton recently competed at the Ohio Envirothon. The competition was held June 6-7 at Lake Erie College in Lake County. The two-day competition consisted of tests on students’ knowledge of aquatics, forestry, soils and wildlife and an oral presentation on a current environmental topic. This year’s topic was “Wastes to Resources.” The Lynchburg-Clay team coached by Lara Hamilton placed third overall and received first place with their oral presentation in which they created a zero-waste plan for Lake Erie College. Earlier this year, this team placed first at both the Area 5 Envirothon and the Tri-County Envirothon.

The Lynchburg-Clay Envirothon team of Matthew Gossett, Sydney Hamilton, Bridget Wilkin, Addisyn Downing and Sam Hamilton recently competed at the Ohio Envirothon. The competition was held June 6-7 at Lake Erie College in Lake County. The two-day competition consisted of tests on students’ knowledge of aquatics, forestry, soils and wildlife and an oral presentation on a current environmental topic. This year’s topic was “Wastes to Resources.” The Lynchburg-Clay team coached by Lara Hamilton placed third overall and received first place with their oral presentation in which they created a zero-waste plan for Lake Erie College. Earlier this year, this team placed first at both the Area 5 Envirothon and the Tri-County Envirothon.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/06/web1_Environthon.jpegThe Lynchburg-Clay Envirothon team of Matthew Gossett, Sydney Hamilton, Bridget Wilkin, Addisyn Downing and Sam Hamilton recently competed at the Ohio Envirothon. The competition was held June 6-7 at Lake Erie College in Lake County. The two-day competition consisted of tests on students’ knowledge of aquatics, forestry, soils and wildlife and an oral presentation on a current environmental topic. This year’s topic was “Wastes to Resources.” The Lynchburg-Clay team coached by Lara Hamilton placed third overall and received first place with their oral presentation in which they created a zero-waste plan for Lake Erie College. Earlier this year, this team placed first at both the Area 5 Envirothon and the Tri-County Envirothon. Submitted photo