On May 5, 2016, the 26th annual Oswego County Envirothon was held at the Amboy 4-
At the Envirothon, students on the ten participating teams were tested on their knowledge in the subject areas of aquatics, current environmental issues, forestry, soils, and wildlife, by taking hands-
Aquatics first place: Pulaski team 1
Current Issues first place: Pulaski team 2
Forestry first place: APW
Soils first place: Mexico
Wildlife first place: Pulaski Team 2
Verbal Presentation first place: Pulaski Team 1
Unified Team Award: Oswego team 2
Spirit Award: Central Square
As recognition for their first place overall performance, each member of the winning team from Pulaski High School received a $100.00 Hank Cosselman Memorial Scholarship from the Oswego County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs and a $100.00 scholarship from NRG Oswego Harbor Power.
New in 2016, and unannounced at the start of the competition, each Pulaski team 2 member won a $100.00 Excellence in Wildlife scholarship courtesy of Ed Hogan, for winning the Wildlife category.
The success of this year’s event was made possible by the participating students and advisors, many volunteers, and the additional support of numerous local sponsors; Agri-
The Envirothon students from Pulaski participated in the New York State Envirothon at Hobart & William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY on May 25 and 26 where they placed 23rd.
August 11, 2016: Pualski High School Envirothon team in front of the H. Douglas Barclay Courthouse in Pulaski, after being presented with a proclamation for winning the Oswego County Envirothon. L to R: Andrew Lapp, Gabe Aguilar, team advisor Jamie Hefti, Hanna Greulich, and Ruthie van der Heide. Missing from photo: Kelly Bushell
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May 5, 2016: Students from Mexico High School answer questions about soils at the Oswego County Envirothon.
|Agricultural Value Assessment|
|Vegetation Control - AQUATIC|
|Vegetation Control - TERRESTRIAL|
|Conservation Field Day|
|Plant a Tree|
|Progressive Agriculture Safety Day|