NVSWCD serves as an organizational judge for the Fairfax County Regional Science and Engineering Fair. The NVSWCD judging team looks at projects related to streams, water quality, soils, erosion, stormwater management, nonpoint source pollution, and other natural resource issues.
The District awards a $100 scholarship to the top project, a $75 scholarship to the second project, and $50 for the third place project. The District may recognize additional outstanding projects with an honorable mention.
1st Place Winner
Impervious Surfaces and Stream Health Factors: A Study Using Machine Learning Techniques and Multivariate Statistical Analyses, Lynn Tao, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
2nd Place Winners
Mitigating Global Warming by Converting CO2 to Carbonates, Colton Lennen & Jay Sorkin, W.T. Woodson High School
3rd Place Winner
The Effect of Plant Species on Carbon Sequestration, Julia Victor, W.T. Woodson High School