Sacramento area high school students presented their proposals at the final competition of the Caring for Our Watersheds (CFW) contest – a joint program of Agrium and the Center for Land-Based Learning (CLBL).
Colusa High School student, Ashley Roman, placed 4th among the 400 proposals received from grades 9-12 students who answered the question “What can you do to improve your watershed?”
Roman researched the local watershed, identified an environmental concern and came up with a realistic solution. Finalists gave presentations to a panel of community judges and all received cash awards.
Roman was one of the dozen CHS Environmental Science Academy seniors to submit proposal for the competition.