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Environmental & Natural Resources Management/Horticulture

The Environmental and Natural Resource Management course is designed to be introductory course for the Environmental and Natural Resources pathway.  The course is a combination of subject matter and planned learning experiences on the principles involved in the conservation and/or improvement of natural resources such as air, soil, water, land, forest, and wildlife for economic and recreational purposes.  Instruction also emphasizes such factors as the establishment, management, and operation of land for recreational purposes.

Horticulture:
Horticulture for the Workplace 1 includes organized subject matter and practical experiences
related to the culture of plants used principally for ornamental or aesthetic purposes. Instruction
emphasizes knowledge and understanding of the importance of establishing, maintaining, and
managing ornamental horticulture enterprises.Horticulture for the Workplace 2 is the second level course designed for programs involved in
the Horticulture Career Pathway. The course is a combination of subject matter and planned
learning experiences on the principles involved in the related to the culture of plants used
principally for ornamental or aesthetic purposes. Instruction emphasizes knowledge and
understanding of the importance of establishing, maintaining, and managing ornamental
horticulture enterprises.
 
Small Animal Care:
The Small Animal Care course is designed to teach technical knowledge and skills for
occupations in the pet industry or the companion animal industry. Skills also relate to the
veterinarian or the veterinarian technician career field.