DOTHAN—Area high school students will put their knowledge of the environment to the test during the EnviroBowl 2010 competition at Troy University’s Dothan Campus on Friday, Jan. 29.
The competition will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the Harrison Room in Malone Hall.
Sponsored by Legacy, Partners in Environmental Education, EnviroBowl is a double-elimination, question and answer competition played between high school teams consisting of four students each.
EnviroBowl allows high school students from around the state to exercise their knowledge of the environment. Topics covered during the competition include: air, chemistry, ecology, forestry, geology, physics, pollution, water and wildlife. Students compete as teams to determine which school has mastered the most environmental information.
The Dothan Campus competition is one of six regional competitions held across the state this month. The winning schools will compete in the state championship on March 12 at the McWane Science Center in Birmingham.