Lindbergh Envirothon team places at nationals


The Lindbergh High School Envirothon team placed 11th out of 44 teams this year at the National Envirothon competition in Miami, Ohio in July. The team competed in wildlife, forestry, aquatics, soils and current events. The national competition ended with students giving a presentation on a solution to a novel problem. The team made it to the national competition after winning state in May, and is sponsored by AP Environmental and Earth Science Teacher Barry Marquart, and gets extra help from retired soil scientist Dave Skaer.