What is the Envirothon?

The Envirothon is a problem-solving, hands-on natural resources education program for high school students. Teams of five students work and study under guidance of local and regional natural resource professionals to hone their knowledge of Maryland's natural resources and conservation efforts. The structure of the Envirothon program also encourages development of students problem solving, communications, team building, and decision making skills.

The overall goal of the Envriothon program is to stimulate the interest of the high school aged students in our natural resources, and to motivate them so they will evolve into environmentally aware, action oriented adults. In order to achive this, students take an in-depth at five natural resource areas: Aquatics, Forestry, Soils, Wildlife and a fifth area that incorperates a current environmental issues that change each year.

Eastern Shore Regional Envirothon 2019

Local training will be held on April 9th at Martinek State Park in Denton. Testing will be held on April 30th at Tuckahoe State Park in Ridgely, MD.

Envision the Choptank


Envision the Choptank works with conservation organizations, government agencies and local citizens to find collaborative solutions that support healthy and productive oyster reefs, and restore fishable, swimmable waters to the Choptank River. 

Envision the Choptank pairs local knowledge and values with the latest science and technology to target work in places where it will be the most effective and long-lasting for improving Choptank River water quality, wildlife habitat, and community well-being. 

The Talbot SCD is proud to partner with other organizations to meet the goals set out by the Envision the Choptank team.


2019 - Poster Contest Theme: Life in the Soil: Dig Deeper

2018 Land Stewardship Poster Contest

For 27 years the Talbot Soil Conservation District has sponsored the Land Stewardship Poster Contest. Each year Talbot SCD provides poster board and a theme to public and private schools in Talbot County. The 2018 theme was Watersheds - Our Water, Our Home.

For the County Wide Land Stewardship Poster Contest each school sets up a panel of judges and provides 1st place winning posters in four age groups (grades K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12) to the Talbot SCD for County wide judging that coincides with Earth Day Celebrations. 1st place winners receive a $50 Check, 2nd and 3rd place winners receive $25 checks. 

K-1st Grades
No Entrees

2nd-3rd Grades
1st Place - Claire A. (White Marsh Elementary)
2nd Place - Shiza G. (White Marsh Elementary)
3rd Place - Jayci F. (Saints Peter & Paul)

4th-6th Grades
1st Place - Danielle S. (Saints Peter & Paul)
2nd Place - Gabriela P. (Easton Elementary)
3rd Place - Riley F. (Saints Peter & Paul)

7th-9th Grades
No Entrees

10th-12th Grades 
No Entrees

Congratulations to all the winners!