From left are John Peeler, N.C. Envirothon chairman; parent volunteer Lynn Turner; team adviser Melody Lineberger, team members Matthew Cherry, Jeremy Mayer, Faith Turner, Lindsay Barnes and Ashley Turner; and John Langdon, president of the N.C. Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts.
From left are John Peeler, N.C. Envirothon chairman; parent volunteer Lynn Turner; team adviser Melody Lineberger, team members Matthew Cherry, Jeremy Mayer, Faith Turner, Lindsay Barnes and Ashley Turner; and John Langdon, president of the N.C. Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. JOHNSTON SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
From left are John Peeler, N.C. Envirothon chairman; parent volunteer Lynn Turner; team adviser Melody Lineberger, team members Matthew Cherry, Jeremy Mayer, Faith Turner, Lindsay Barnes and Ashley Turner; and John Langdon, president of the N.C. Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. JOHNSTON SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

Envirothon team honored

July 14, 2014 09:49 AM

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