1) Identify a school representative who will be responsible for coordinating activities and will be the liaison between the school team and The Ever Green Fair.
2) Familiarize school and team(s) of rules and expectations, especially the suggested topics and rubrics:
Teams may address one or more of the following topics, but the list below is suggestive, not mandatory:
A. Agriculture/Food Systems
B. Alternative Construction Materials
C. Alternative Fuels
D. Clean Air
E. Energy Efficiency/Conservation
F. Green Economics
G. Hazardous Materials Management/Reduction
H. Land and Water Conservation
I. Solid Waste Reduction - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
3) School is responsible for the determination of the school fair representative team (Only one team per school may enter the event.).
4) Once a school team has been identified and accepted by The Ever Green Fair committee. School team will honor the dates and directions for submission, as outlined by The Ever Green Fair.
5) Team Finalists will be notified and are required to exhibit for awards presentation on April 21, 2013. On this date, Team Finalists must display their projects/concepts with tri-fold poster which identifies school, name, title, and explanation of the project/concept.
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- December 1st 2011 - Registration Ends
- January 31st 2012 - Video presentation must be submitted
- February 20th 2012 - Written notification from judges on project requirements being met
- March 15th 2012 - All finalist will be notified.
- Mandatory set up will be on Friday April 20 beginning at 12-6
- The Ever Green Fair will be on Saturday April 21 from 9 am to 4 pm. (Clean-up will begin at the conclusion, after 4 pm.)