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Madison County Conservation District

Envirothon is a competitive, problem-solving, natural resources experience for students in grades 9 through 12. With the support of natural resource professionals, students are trained in the ways that real life environmental problems and issues can be solved. Teams of five students work to solve environmental problems. These teams are tested on their knowledge of Kentucky's natural resources at five "in the field" test stations. Each station covers a separate topic addressing soils, forestry, wildlife, aquatics,and current environmental issues. Through hands-on experiments, analysis, and use of critical thinking skills, the team answers a set of questions at each station.


Madison County Conservation District
Madison County, Kentucky

The Madison County Conservation District organized February 23, 1944. It is one of 3,000
Conservation Districts in the nation. It is made up of several board members. The District is a
subdivision of the Kentucky Department of natural resources, responsible for assisting
landowners and land users in solving soil and water resources problems; set priorities for
conservation work; and coordinate the federal, state and local resources used to conduct conservation programs.

The District board also supervises the sub-district activities of the Red Lick Creek Watershed Conservancy District.


District Board of Supervisors
Madison County Conservation District

John Hart, Chairman
Julia Adams, Vice-Chairman
Shelby Griggs, Secretary
Gary Janicke, Treasurer
Mike Parke, Member
Wes Williams, Member
Billy Ray Hughes, Member


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