(YORK DISPATCH) — New things are sprouting out of the York County Envirothon, but some things have stayed the same.
The new part is a study resource book about animal wildlife, produced through the York County Conservation District that organizes the annual Envirothon.
The 300-page book already has sold 500 copies, with all proceeds going back into Envirothon and educational services, said coordinator Kim Young.
And the familiar parts at this year’s Envirothon, which just wrapped up Tuesday?
A group of homeschool students won first place at the high school level for the fourth straight year.