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Imagine Tomorrow annual competition registration opens

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

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A sustainability competition challenges students in grades nine through 12 to solve real-world issues, and registration is now open.

The 11th annual event, “Imagine Tomorrow,” is for high school students from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana to find solutions that fall under this year’s chosen themes which are, The Itron Food, Energy and Water Challenge; the Boeing Aerospace and Transportation Challenge; and the McKinistry Built Environment Challenge, according to a news release.

The competition was created for students to find innovative ways to support the transition to sustainability, according to Imagine Tomorrow’s website.
Participating students are required to do in-depth research, and present their projects for the competition, according to the release. Students will work together in teams to compete for multiple awards and prizes.

Those interested can register through their website. Participation, housing and meals are free, according to the release.

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LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

Latisha Jensen is a junior multimedia journalism major from Bellingham.

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Imagine Tomorrow annual competition registration opens