2nd Annual Children’s Environmental Health Summit Poster Contest
How can you be an Environmental Superhero?

Submissions now closed.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2nd Annual CEHS Poser Contest

Overall Winners

1st:  Sierra Corder, 8th grade, Wayne County Middle School 
2nd:  Sofie Sanders, 8th grade, John W. Bate Middle School 
3rd:  Kylie Nicole Jenkins, 5th grade, Standford Elementary School 

Grade Winners (8):
1st: Eric Mu, Glendover Elementary 
2nd: Hunter Gilbert
3rd: Conner Porter, Murray Elementary                                                                                 

4th: Lucas Uedel, TFCA
5th: Lily Phillips, TFCA
6th: Maggie Cox, Grayson County Middle School
7th: Jacinda Dykes
​8th: Laila Gross

Random Winners
Natalie Collett (2nd grade, East Bernstat)
Hannah Tapley (6th grade, Whitley City Elementary)

2nd Annual Children’s Environmental Health Summit
Examining environmental factors posing a health and well-being risk to the children of Kentucky

WHEN | Wednesday, November 15, 2017​
WHERE | WKU Knicely Center, 2355 Nashville Rd, Bowling Green, KY
TIME | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Central Time

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​​Environment, Equity and Health In All Policies (HiAP)

Free training featuring national expert Holly Avey with human impact partners

When | Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Where | Dale Hollow Lake State Resort, 5970 State Park Road, Burkesville

Time | 9:30 am - 4 pm CDT

Participants will learn: 

  • Why environmental, social and political conditions are connected to health.
  • Ways to use state environmental tracking data to inform community efforts.
  • How equity and the environment can be incorporated into the HiAP process.


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