Ten high school and junior high school teams from across Louisiana participated in the Louisiana Envirothon at the University of Louisiana at Lafayettes Cade Farm. The teams competed for a chance to go to the North American Envirothon competition at the University of Carolina, Asheville in August. The Envirothon is a multidisciplinary and environmental problem-solving competition in the following categories: soils, forestry, current issue, wildlife and aquatics. First Place in the competition went to Audubon Zoo Team A; Comeaux High won second place and third place went to Beau Chene FFA.
Tulane University's environmental law program ranked No. 11 (of 1,200) on the U.S. News and World Report's latest list of the best graduate programs.
The Green Project is offering a DIY screenprinting workshop Saturday, May 2 from 10 a.m. to noon. Avery Lawrence will show you how to make your own designs on shirts, bags, etc. An invaluable skill. Highly recommended.