Student Project Competition

You are invited to participate in the 2022 Chelan Earth Day Fair.

$100 Prize to the highest ranked project in

  • grade school
  • middle school
  • high school

Who May Participate?

Any student or group of students in grades K-12. Students must be willing to stay with their booth for the entire day to present information to the public, supervised by a sponsoring adult.

Project Description:

Any original project relating to this year’s Earth Day theme, Think Globally, Act Locally. Project should involve some kind of visual display, preferably with an interactive demonstration. This could include explaining and demonstrating the science involved in causing climate change, its effects on people and the environment locally and/or worldwide, and ways people are fighting it locally and globally. What can you come up with?

Criteria you will be judged by:

  1. Relevant to Earth Day 2022 Theme
  2. Creativity
  3. Thoroughness of information
  4. Professional displays
  5. Presenters: friendly, professional appearance, knowledgeable

Ranking each criteria 1-10, total of 50 points

To Register:

Register early so there will be a booth space for you! We will do our best to get a spot for you but it is a popular fair and our spaces are limited. First come first serve.

For Chelan and Manson high school students contact April Slagle by email: slaglea@chelanschools.org

Students from Chelan’s School of Innovation contact Erik Peterson by email: petersone@chelanschools.org

Homeschoolers can contact us directly at: contactus@chelanearthdayfair.org

Be sure to indicate what school/class you are representing and details about your project.  Read the Fair Exhibitor Information provided on the website under the 2022 Pre-registration drop down.  Provide a contact person and contact number. Applications must be completed by an adult. One application per booth.

Reminder: Must follow all Chelan Earth Day Fair Rules.

Where: Riverwalk Park in Chelan, WA
When: April 16, 2022    10 AM-4PM
Price for Your Booth: Free
Contact: April Slagle or Erik Peterson