Past Winners

2018 Winners

Congratulations to the 2018 CFW Finalists
Congratulations to the 2018 CFW Finalists

Rachel Carson Middle School students won top honors for their project “FooSha2”

Final Place Award Proposal Name School
1 $1,000 FooSha2 Rachel Carson Middle School
2 $900 Watershed Protection Group Kenmore Middle School
3 $800 Enhancing Our Outdoor Living Classroom Lanier Middle School
4 $700 It’s Green, It’s Grass, and It Grows Lanier Middle School
5 $600 Fishing Line Recycling Dogwood Elementary School
6 $500 Bee Keeping Bonanza Rachel Carson Middle School
7 $450 Bridging the Gap to the Future George Washington Middle School
8 $400 Plant a Plant Kenmore Middle School
9 $350 Enviro Educators – Warriors for Watersheds George Washington Middle School
10 $300 Christmas Trees for the Fish Dogwood Elementary School

2017 Winners

Congratulations to the 2017 CFW Winners
Congratulations to the 2017 CFW Winners

Rachel Carson Middle School students won top honors for their project to establish a food sharing program between their school and a local shelter to reduce cafeteria waste.

Final Place Award Proposal Name School
1 $1,000 Food Sharing Program Rachel Carson Middle School
2 $900 Classes Plant Grasses Continued… Lanier Middle School
3 $800 Worm World Lanier Middle School
4 $700 Growing a Gold Standard George Washington Middle School
5 $600 No Butts About It Lanier Middle School
6 $500 Improving the Environment Around our Streams Gunston Middle School
7 $450 2017 Ban the Bag Lanier Middle School
8 $400 Watershed Protectors Fort Belvoir Elementary School
9 $350 A New Generation of Plastics George Washington Middle School
10 $300 Collect-Compress-Contribute J.E.B. Stuart High School

2016 Winners

Congratulations to the 2016 CFW Winners
Congratulations to the 2016 CFW Winners

Lanier Middle School students won top honors for their idea to grow sea grasses in science labs and plant them in the Chesapeake Bay.

inal Place Award Proposal Name School
1 $1,000 Classes Plant Grasses Lanier Middle School
2 $900 The Effect of Nutrient Pollution and Algal Blooms on our Local Watershed Dogwood Elementary School
3 $800 Ban the Bottle Continued Lanier Middle School
4 $700 Pesticides AVA George Washington Middle School
5 $600 Going Green 2K16 George Washington Middle School
6 $500 Journey to a Jolly Watershed Lanier Middle School
7 $450 Ban the Bag! Lanier Middle School
8 $400 Green Roofs for VA: Development the Green Way Lanier Middle School
9 $350 Nitrate and Phosphate Levels in the Potomac River George Washington Middle School
10 $300 What Can We Do? Meridian Homeschool Club

2015 Winners Announced

2015 CFW Winners
2015 CFW Winners

George Washington Middle School won top honors for their project, Microbeadless, which seeks to raise awareness about the harmful effects of microbead facial exfoliates and promote eco-friendly alternatives.

Final Place Award Proposal Name School
1 $1,000 Microbeadless George Washington Middle School
2 $900 Ban the Bottles! Lanier Middle School
3 $800 Helping the Grasses to Form Masses George Washington Middle School
4 $700 Every Drip Counts George Washington Middle School
5 $600 Saving Four Mile Run from FCB Kenmore Middle School
6 $500 Screened Storm Drains Save Streams Kenmore Middle School
7 $450 Helping with Rain Barrels George Washington Middle School
8 $400 Acorus Americanus Away! George Washington Middle School
9 $350 Compost Bin for Dog Waste Kenmore Middle School
10 $300 Rain Garden proposal Kenmore Middle School

2014 Winners Announced

George Washington Middle School 2 won top honors for their project which seeks to plant trees in Alexandria to reduce storm water pollution that affects the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay.

Final Place Award Proposal Name School
1 $1,000 Dissolved Oxygen Project George Washington Middle School 2
2 $900 Watershed Warriors Restoring Wetlands George Washington Middle School 2
3 $800 Keep in Line or Pay the Fine Kenmore Middle School
4 $700 H2O Bottles Project Ormond Stone Middle School
5 $600 Chesapeake Bay Protectors George Washington Middle School 2
6 $500 Turn Off the Lights! H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program
7 $450 It’s in Our Hands Lanier Middle School
8 $400 Rain Gardens and Impervious Surfaces Kenmore Middle School
9 $350 Alexandria Aquaponics George Washington Middle School 2
10 $300 Green Pesticides Ormond Stone Middle School

 

2013 Winners Announced

Lanier Middle School students won top honors for their project to prevent erosion on the school grounds.

Final Place Award Proposal Name School
1 $1,000 Loosening Erosion’s Grip Lanier Middle School
2 $900 Frankenfish H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program
3 $800 Rain Gardens Centreville Elementary School
4 $700 Bean There Grown That George Washington Middle School 2
5 $600 Scare-Beasts Scare Geese Kenmore Middle School
6 $500 Rain Check George Washington Middle School 2
7 $450 Hit the Lights George Washington Middle School 2
8 $400 More White Oaks for a Greener Community Kenmore Middle School
9 $350 Rooftop Garden Kenmore Middle School
10 $300 Lincolnia Community Garden Lincolnia Community Center