Youth Resilience Projects

2021 Superlative List

West Ghent Middle School Group:
Biggest Impact on Water Quality

 

Greenbrier Intermediate School:
Biggest Impact on Erosion Reduction

Callen Tynch (Christopher Academy):

Best Use of Scientific Method

GW Carver Intermediate School:

Strongest Measurable Results

Portsmouth CHROME Clubs:

Most Innovative

Camelot Elementary School:

Most Impressive Long Term Resilience
Plan & Above and Beyond

Truitt Intermediate School:

Most Encouraging

Nauticus Youth Discovery Crew:

Best Resilient Teamwork

Evelyn Page (Granby High School):

Strongest Resilient Message

Deep Creek Elementary School:

Biggest Impact on Reducing
Standing Water

Sail Nauticus:

Most Creative

The Hague School:
Biggest Impact on Flooding

 

Blair Middle School:
Strongest Commitment

Western Branch Intermediate School:
Biggest Impact on reducing
Carbon Footprint

 Start projects early
and complete by April 4, 2022

Staff is standing by to provide hands-on advice and assistance and online resources and self-paced training videos are being developed to help you lead resilient projects and MWEEs, meaningful watershed education experiences. Elizabeth River Project staff can provide training, resources and supplies to help you and your students achieve projects.

To implement a project & complete oniine self-paced teacher training

Contact Janet G Ehmer