Public Access is Closed to MOST County Facilities Due to COVID-19.
In response to Governor Inslee's Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order and Safe Start Plan, Thurston County continues to operate under an essential services model. This is in effect
until Thurston County enters Phase 3 of the Safe Start Plan. Courts and other elected offices may operate under different hours or restrictions.
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Mark Sloan - Superintendent
Forestry/Natural Resources projects will be attractively arranged in one major, centrally themed, chapter display. The display will be designed to promote education of the Forestry/Natural Resources industry for the public. Each display will exhibit a variety of different student and class projects oriented around one central theme. The theme must represent one section of the Forestry/Natural Resource industry and will be chosen by the individual chapter (i.e.: Water Pollution Prevention, Logging Practices, Urban Wildlife Management). Although size of display area may vary, chapters may plan on a display of 12"x24". Each display should have a sign informing viewer of display’s theme.
CLASS 1- CONSTRUCTION
(Dealing with Forestry/Natural Resources industry)
CLASS 2 - MULTIPLE DISPLAY ITEMS
CLASS 3 - SINGLE ITEM DISPLAYS
(Every single item display should have educational material with it.)
POINTS: BLUE-15 RED-10 WHITE-7
CLASS 4 - CHAPTER DISPLAY
POINTS: BLUE-50 RED-35 WHITE-15
CLASS 5 - SOILS & WATER
CLASS 6 - RENEWABLE RESOURCES
The purpose of this class is to show examples of recycling, land planning, renewable energy sources, and other resource conserving technology. Displays may be static, moving, or through multimedia. This may be a chapter display.
CLASS 7 - MARINE RESOURCES/AQUACULTURE
The purpose of this class is to promote marine resources in Washington State. Project examples are model oyster farms, tidal flat environments, processing displays, net pen models, or documentation of another aquatic working system. This may be a chapter display.